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04-02-2013, 11:03 AM
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Like the last few posters said, find an experienced coach to assist. You really can't learn that kind of stuff on your own. I mean, you can read and watch and try and get the X's and O's but you need to put in the time to learn the skill of coaching, managing players, working with kids, or working with adults, etc.

It reminds me of guys who want to get into working at music recording studios. Often they go to school and learn how to do it, but they still need to apprentice at a studio to learn the real world application as well as how to manage the artists. Things they can't teach you in school.

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