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[VIDEO] Rhule, "3 most important parts of program building."


Man, he is a great speaker/motivator.

And he backs it up. He's a great speaker, but he's got a lot of integrity. He is literally doing all the things he talked about in that video.

A lot of coaches talk coachspeak and then they go back to their office to draw X's and O's on a chalkboard. Rhule actually believes in his own message. You can see him living that out with how he hires, trains, strategizes, etc.
 
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Nice to see this message with enthusiasm! This seemed to be lacking with previous staffs. He has a plan and MR works the plan!
Using MR's bricklaying analogy, I think previous coaches had some of the bricks, but not all of them, and/or not the mortar to hold it all together.

And some could talk a good game, but didn't live it.

I really hate to pile on too much praise before we've even had a winning record, but it just seems like the pieces are in place.
 




Using MR's bricklaying analogy, I think previous coaches had some of the bricks, but not all of them, and/or not the mortar to hold it all together.

And some could talk a good game, but didn't live it.

I really hate to pile on too much praise before we've even had a winning record, but it just seems like the pieces are in place.
You mean at the end of the day its dark, very dark?
 
I always enjoy listening to HCMR! Whether he's on a Podcast or delivering a Presentation, he tailors his approach to the situation and audience.

The one thing that is constant is his message and his authenticity.

I found it interesting in this presentation when he stated that he's not a Football Coach anymore... he's a Head Coach. I think this is a very critical and profound perspective for him to share. We definitely have a seasoned leader/builder at the helm!

I also liked his point about him spending time coaching the scout team, evaluating and asking why "this guy" isn't seeing the field.

In Rhule (and his process) I trust! GBR!!
 
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I always enjoy listening to HCMR! Whether he's on a Podcast or delivering a Presentation, he tailors his approach to the situation and audience.

The one thing that is constant is his message and his authenticity.

I found it interesting editing this presentation when he stated that he's not a Football Coach anymore... he's a Head Coach. I think this is a very critical and profound perspective for him to share. We definitely have a seasoned leader/builder at the helm!

I also liked his point about him spending time coaching the scout team, evaluating and asking why "this guy" isn't seeing the field.

In Rhule (and his process) I trust! GBR!!
Who needs him the most? Scout team
Whatta koinkydink
 



And he backs it up. He's a great speaker, but he's got a lot of integrity. He is literally doing all the things he talked about in that video.

A lot of coaches talk coachspeak and then they go back to their office to draw X's and O's on a chalkboard. Rhule actually believes in his own message. You can see him living that out with how he hires, trains, strategizes, etc.
Nailed it.

The dude is skill motivated by purpose. Everyone wants to follow that.
 


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