I’M SPECIAL … RIGHT?
Did you know that the average child in your program creates a spend of around 150 x what they pay for a group lesson? Do the math, if a child pays $10 for a group lesson chances are if you keep them that they will spend $1500 on average per year! Ok so flip this round. You
What your child should learn from an Olympic Tennis Champion!
Andy Murray shouts, he cries, he may seem moody, some love him and some are just not fans. He does not fly, shoot webs from his wrists or save the world, but he is the greatest British Tennis Player ever. He is a pretty normal guy who gets frustrated sometimes, doesn’t court the camera but hits
IGNITING THE FLAME
The fascinating book “The Talent Code” by Daniel Coyle raises the issue of “ignition” as a key part of the development of elite performers. One of our key jobs as tennis coaches is too spark a flame of passion for the sport in our students. Whether we are aiming to develop pro players or building a program
Surviving the Disengaged
One of my coaching leaders sent me a dejected email yesterday. “Monday and Tuesday were pretty tough days given the lack of response from a lot of my kids.” Andrew is an intense coach, committed to learning and giving his absolute best on the court. He is constantly searching for ways to be a better coach with players
Tomorrow never comes ….
I said .. "You can have it tomorrow!" and the reaction was not what I had expected. A few tears and a stern look. Hold on, didn't I just say "Yes"? The problem was not the yes or no but the timeframe. You see I was talking to my 6 year old daughter (some time ago!) and