After decades as an ER doctor, Dr. Doug decided to he wanted to follow his passions and leave the medical field and get into coaching. A bold move with a financial risk, Dr. Doug’s story will inspire you to follow your dream. Tyler Coston joins TJ in this special episode.
Archives for November 2016
In one of the most inspiring episodes in Hustle History, Coach Woodside talks about his decision to leave teaching in search of coaching basketball full-time. His summer of 2016 is one he and you will never forget. Learn what it looks like to go “all-in” in this episode.
TJ & Ken share techniques to coach youth sports to the fullest and discuss many pitfalls youth coaches fall into currently. If you’re connected to youth sports in anyway, this is an episode you will not want to miss.
Prompted by a text message from one of Adam’s players that read “Coach – I don’t know why, but my passion isn’t there right now. I don’t know what’s wrong. I’m not as fired up as I’ve been in the past.” I think that’s something we all can relate to at some point in our life. Adam and TJ share some ways to re-ignite the fire and passion within you and Adam share’s his exact response to his player.
TJ and TeamSnap’s VP Ken McDonald discuss the similarities of leading a basketball team and a company. Both have been successful in their specific field and in this episode they share some of their leadership secrets. If you want to get the most out of your team, you will not want to miss this episode.
TJ & Adam walked away from their interview with Jim Harrick both saying he was one of their favorite guests of all-time. Incredible stories, learning more about Harrick’s mentor Coach Wooden and gaining wisdom from Jim Harrick makes this episode a must-listen.
To zone or not to zone, tis the question. If you look around the basketball landscape you’ll see more and more youth teams playing zone defense. Is that a good or bad thing? Adam and TJ break down the pro’s and con’s of teaching zone at the youth level.
Most hoopers would dream of playing professionally for 8-years, let alone 18-years. It takes a special player with an unparalleled work ethic to continue playing for 18-years at the professional level. In this episode, we discuss the success of ShotTracker’s and former Notre Dame standout Ryan Hoover.