This Bonnet Bay Football Club survey (only takes about 8 minutes) is an opportunity for members to make a contribution to the discussion about our future: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BBFC18 I believe we all have something to contribute; as coaches, players, parents, members and leaders. I recently read a little blurb from John O’Sullivan (changing the game project) about…… Continue reading WE VALUE YOUR INPUT
FFA Community Coaching Courses to be held at Bates Drive, Kareela With season 2018 over, now is a great time to prepare for the next season and gain formal coaching accreditation and experience via the FFA Community Coaching Pathway. SSFA are offering the Skills Training and Game Training Coaching Certificate Courses which are aimed at…… Continue reading FFA COACHING COURSES
A selection from John O’Sullivan’s blog at Changing the Game Project. www.changingthegameproject.com Blockbuster Video was on top of the world in 2004 when a small startup called Netflix approached them and offered to sell the company to them for $50 million. Blockbuster laughed. Today, Blockbuster Video is bankrupt, Netflix is worth tens of billions, and it…… Continue reading NETFLIX OR BLOCKBUSTER COACH?
Well it’s Grand Final weekend, and although a few of our teams sadly bowed out last weekend, there are some great GF moments in store this weekend. Make sure you don your lime army supporters gear and head out to show your support to the mighty bombers this weekend. SATURDAY at LAKEWOOD 21E v 21E…… Continue reading BBFC FINALS SMORGASBORD
A good little article from Good Sports. http://www.goodsports.com.au Finals season is an exciting time for any junior team, and as a coach or a parent, it’s natural to want to see the team have success. This time of the year can also be tricky for junior coaches, with pressure from parents, supporters and the club…… Continue reading BEING A GOOD JUNIOR COACH
As we head into the final third of completion, your thinking could make all the difference to how the season ends. Whether you’re winning with a great chance for finals football, or not winning and trying to work out how you stay motivated, your thinking plays a massive part. By the time we are 17…… Continue reading WHAT ARE YOU THINKING?
We generally want to protect our own kids from making mistakes, because we know it can be painful, or humiliating or disappointing. Yet what science teaches us is that it is the mistakes that develop people the most, particularly when they then work out how to rectify it themselves. It’s what I call “mistake momentum”,…… Continue reading MISTAKES MATTER