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Brett Bartholomew
Coach, Author, Keynote Speaker. I help others solve people problems that impede performance.
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Brett Bartholomew 12h
The folks at always have my support. Pass this along to your circle 👇🏻
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Brett Bartholomew 12h
When you make the “easy” things hard through overthinking and over complicating, you end up making the truly “hard” things nearly impossible. Avoid muddying the waters. There’s nothing “unsexy” about that which is simple and steady.
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Brett Bartholomew Aug 5
Replying to @JKLwooderson
Agreed. This assymetry doesn’t help!
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Brett Bartholomew Aug 5
Replying to @GregHawe
Thank you- original source for anyone interested..
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Wez Aug 4
The art of coaching by Its superb!
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Brett Bartholomew Aug 5
Replying to @Ivarifit
Thanks so much!
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Brett Bartholomew Aug 5
What in the world is going on in coaching? Context is everything and none of us are perfect- myself certainly included, but headlines like this keep pouring in at all levels of sport. Relationships are at the heart of being a coach, we’ve gone astray.
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Brett Bartholomew Aug 5
Replying to @CoachBenages
Thanks for the support Coach!
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Coach Benages Aug 4
“It’s up to us coaches to help them as people first, and athletes second.” - Taking a deep dive into my personal Consious Coaching “Internal Identification.” 🐺💪🏽
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Brett Bartholomew Aug 5
Replying to @DavidLeighton3
All of us can!
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Brett Bartholomew Aug 5
Replying to @jockowillink @PhysioSi
Thanks for your reply.
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Brett Bartholomew Aug 5
Getting increasingly specific with your training strategies matters little if your coaching is average. Find the gaps. Be well-rounded.
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Brett Bartholomew Aug 5
We're so immersed in (mis)information that it's amplifying indecision. To a point, information & direct mentoring are overvalued & raw experience is undervalued. You must directly experience what you want to express. Be willing to be exposed, judged, etc. if you want to grow.
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Brett Bartholomew Aug 4
Replying to @DavidLeighton3
Big reason we created resources like these:
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Brett Bartholomew Aug 4
Replying to @DavidLeighton3
It’s available but alarmingly enough people don’t take advantage.
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Brett Bartholomew Aug 4
Replying to @TonyRamirez68
Thank you Tony. All of us at Art of Coaching agree. Communication and leadership lessons are pan-domain.
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Brett Bartholomew Aug 4
Utility is demonstrated by PROVIDING value, not by trying to PROVE your value.
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Brett Bartholomew Aug 4
Some in highly competitive professions often forget that seeing someone else “win” doesn’t mean you “lose.” Not talking sports here. Talking life. The more people you know who are successful- regardless of age, experience, or alternative methids-the more it should inspire you.
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Brett Bartholomew Aug 3
Invest in the intangibles. While others are getting distracted by what’s “shiny,” you’ll refine your ability to apply the simple things with lateral thinking.
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Brett Bartholomew Aug 3
Mediocre coaches stop learning once they have a little success. Good coaches continue to learn, but only from people within their specific expertise. Great coaches continually expose themselves to new ideas and new experts — no matter what field they’re in.
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