In Art Of Coaching Podcast

Today on the show I’m joined by a coach, painter, powerlifter, poet, and former professional football player. No, this isn’t a roundtable discussion… This is a conversation with the one and only Jim Davis. Jim is a graduate of Harvard University, Northwestern University, and Knox College. He was named NASA Powerlifting Coach of the Year in 2018 and Runner-Up in 2019. He and his team at the Good Athlete Project are devoted to maximizing the potential of athletics as education.

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In this episode we cover:

  • If you were a movie character, how would you act?
  • The good and the bad sides of creating a recognizable brand
  • “Anchor and tether” – why clarity and adaptability must coexist
  • The Good Athlete Project and how it has changed during COVID-19

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