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What’s the Point of a Professor?

Yet again, what does a 4.0 really mean? As I mentioned before in Achieving vs Over Achieving: http://coachrey.com/blog/achieving-versus-over-achieving/ We used to be mentors and moral authorities. Now we just hand out A’s. Source: What’s the Point of a Professor? In the ...

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Twin Cribs

Back in the M-TV generation, if someone had twin cribs, they would have been considered rich and cool. In our twin-dom-hood era, the coolest part of having twin cribs is the feeling of accomplishment after putting together TWO cribs. In twin-dom-hood, the awesome satisfaction ...

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Shake a Ref’s Hand

How many times at the end of a volleyball match, or any sporting event, do we see the officials, referees, umpires, etc. hurriedly “escape” from the field of play because coaches, players, and fans demonize their role as peacemakers? Ironically, it ...

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The Frenzied Coach

This pretty much sums up what technology has done to coaching, and many professions. In contemporary technological civilization, which can boast of remarkable labor saving inventions, human beings paradoxically work more than they have ever worked before… Increasingly, people’s lives ...

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Thinking Outside the iPad

Very cool toy / app for kids by Osmo that incorporates the iPad and the real world. I see kids learning in a fun, interactive environment. Can a next generation of this app somehow be applied to volleyball? It could be a great way ...

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