Hosted by best-selling author, speaker and strength and conditioning coach Brett Bartholomew, the Art of Coaching Podcast is a bi-monthly show aimed at getting to the core what it takes to change attitudes & behaviors in the weight-room, boardroom and everywhere in between.
United States
36 episodes
since Oct. 5, 2018


I AM GIVING AWAY MORE THAN $6,000 WORTH OF RESOURCES, BOOKS AND GEAR!  To be eligible sign up for my newsletter at https://artofcoaching.com/start and be sure to rate and review the podcast to be eligible, winners announced on the episode dropping Sept 22/23rd (depending on time zone)   This information is kept free by our partnership with Momentous. To learn more about Momentous and what they do to help our community go to livemomentous.com/brett. As part of the Art of Coaching audience, you can receive $20 off your 1st order of Momentous by using code BRETT20 at checkout. (Minimum purchase amount of $50).   I am pleased to be joined by Alan Stein, Jr on episode 33 of the Art Of Coaching Podcast.  Alan Stein, Jr. is a keynote speaker and author who spent 15+ years as a performance coach working with the highest-performing basketball players on the planet. He now teaches audiences how to utilize the same strategies in business that elite athletes use to perform at a world-class level.   Alan specializes in improving individual and organizational leadership, performance and accountability.  He inspires and empowers everyone he works with to take immediate action and improve mindset, habits and productivity which is what makes him one of the top motivational speakers you’ll ever hear.   Topics Covered:   Alan's views on exploring all options as a coach What to do if you are passionate about something but your skillset isn't quite there yet Is good coaching and leadership interchangeable with a good business sense? The importance of developing soft skills Using sports as a platform for leading others and improving human performance Using every tool in your tool box and knowing when to use them Alan's early on fascination with language and the intent of words How comedy and improv can improve your skills as a coach Alan's pieces of counterintuitive advice Using all platforms to add value to others Shifting from a scarcity mindset to an abundance mindset Reinvesting into your growth and development   Reach out to Alan: Via Website: https://alansteinjr.com/ Via Instagram: @alansteinjr   Buy Alan's book on Amazon and leave a review: Amazon Link: https://is.gd/vodfwS   Read my book: https://amzn.to/314zoTh   Sign up for my course: https://courses.artofcoaching.com/signup   Follow me on social media: http://www.instagram.com/coach_brettb https://twitter.com/Coach_BrettB   Subscribe to my youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChxkPJr4WMhAeQUlOu6ld-w   Learn More About My Courses, Clinics and Live Events At: artofcoaching.com
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