I recently attended the game special secondary, which featured two of the best teams in the Midwest. Since the bleachers are filled, I noticed that there were about a dozen college coaches in attendance. I'm going to use it to explain how strong network can be and how it will grow exponentially.
Your network is only as strong as you make it, and includes strength coaches in your network. For example, you know, 30 coaches, after several years in the profession. If none of these coaches are not tied to a larger, more diverse network, you do not have much. If your group of 30 trainers have several coaches who cling to the larger and more powerful network, then you are on the right track.
The strange thing about the network & # 39 is that it can grow exponentially for several years, from 1 to 100,001 cars.
That's the make-up of my network as I watch the game last night. All subsequent coaches attended.
This is an example Networking in action:
Orv Salmon, the head coach, DMACC, Orv and I have known each other for years, and both worked in Garner, Gary Drake University.
Ben Jacobson, Head Coach, University of Northern IowaI recruiting Ben to play at the University of North Dakota.
Steve Krafcisin, Head of Women's coach, DMACC, We have two schools in general. North Dakota, and Iowa State University.
Bob Sandvold, a former college coach for 22 years. Bob and I worked together in Iowa and now business partners.
Matt Murken, assistant coach, Wayne State UniversityMatt is working with coach Rico Burkett at WSU. I hired Rico ~ d of North Dakota, and he joined his staff as an assistant at Stetson University.
Thom McDonald, Commissioner of Iowa Community College AthleticsTom and I have been working at Productions Championship, and he is also a former assistant at Drake University.
Spencer Esslinger, assistant coach, DMACC. Spencer worked our basketball camp at the University of Iowa for many summers.
Dan Goodwin, assistant coach DMACC women. Dana worked our basketball camp at Iowa State University for many summers.
B.J. McGinn, assistant coach, DMACC, B.J. He was the youngest assistant college in Arizona and an assistant at Wayne State University to Rico Burkett.
Jim Glash, assistant coach, Missouri-RollaJim was a successful 9-year-old coach in Olney Community College. Bob Sandvold and I hired a few players in the Jim Olney.
Rob Jeter, head coach, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Rob Ben Jacobson one and two played against each other. Because of their relationship, Rob is also connected to all the above.
Then, after the game Bob and I went back to Ames and met with the staff of the University of Iowa after their victory over the Missouri Tigers. It continues with the following people network:
Jeff Rutter, assistant coach, University of IowaJeff worked at our camp in Marquette, was an assistant on my staff Stetson, and then served as head coach at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside.
Greg McDermott, head coach, University of IowaGreg connected several ways to this group. He followed me as an assistant coach at the University of North Dakota. There he coached Ben Jacobson and Rick Burkett. Then he was the head coach at Wayne State University, the State of North Dakota. Burkett helped him at Wayne State and Jacobson at NDSU. Before Jesus, Greg was the head coach at the University of Northern Iowa. Two of his aides were Jeff Rutter and Ben Jacobson.
T.J. Otzelberger, assistant coach, University of Iowa, T.J. I have been AAU coach and assistant in Chipola CC, Fla. T.J. Jeff Rutter played in Parkside for a year. He was on the original employees of McDermott at ISU.
Eric Henderson, student assistant, University of Iowa, Hendo played for McDermott and Burkett at Wayne State.
Josh Carper, Graduate Manager, University of Iowa. Carper played in Sioux City East for Jeff Vanderloo, my friend and McDermott.
There were 16 connections to my network, I saw last night. The amazing thing is that I did not plan to see any of these coaches. They were there just doing his job as a recruiter.
The network is essential to the health and performance of your car & # 39; EASURES. Once you are aligned with one coach, you will automatically be connected to all of its compounds, and all of their communication, and all of their communications ………. that's how you build from 1 to 100,001!