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The Path to College Coaching Yielding Great Results - by CoachRB

In my travels and experiences in college basketball I am asked a variety of questions by curious fans and coaches. The overwhelming favorite and most popular question by coaches continues to be, "how do I get my foot in the door? I'd do anything to become a college hoop coach." Are you one of those eager coaches with the same lofty goal?

As I stepped away from coaching the college game this question persisted. No matter where I went the question followed. Finally I decided to do something about it. The result is the development of a new program, "The Path to College Coaching."

My qualifications behind the creation of this program are strong. I have assisted more than 80 coaches reach the collegiate ranks from dozens of different paths. One day I sat down and documented from my contact list all of those coaches I had the opportunity to help. I was shocked when the list totaled 124 coaches. About 60 of those landed in high school, junior high, AAU, or rec league coaching. The rest realized their dream of becoming a college coach.

A passion of mine is to help someone accomplish a task they could not have done on their own. Recently I conducted a 90-minute teleseminar, "The Path to College Coaching." One of the coaches on our call showed an urgency to get a graduate assistant position for the fall. Being that it's already June, this is quite a lofty task. Within 24 hours, this eager became aware of three graduate assistant positions still available. Just 10 days after being in my course, I feel this coach has an excellent chance to land a GA position for the fall. Now those are great results.

If you are one of the hundreds of curious coaches who desire to coach in college, you must find a mentor to guide you through the system. A jump into college coaching cannot be done by yourself. My 6 step system has proven over and over that I can help turn dreams into reality. Email me to find out more about my proven system, "The Path to College Coaching."

Randy Brown has passion for the game of basketball. He works as a basketball consultant and mentor for coaches. Visit him at www.coachrb.com for free resources, Q & A, newsletter, and coaching programs. A speaker and writer, he has authored 75 articles on coaching and is nationally published. His 18 years in college basketball highlights a successful 23-year career. Mentored by Basketball Hall of Fame coach Lute Olson at Arizona. Resume includes positions at Arizona, Iowa State, Marquette, Drake, and Miami of Ohio, 5 Conference Championships and 5 NCAA apprearances. His efforts have helped develop 12 NBA players including Steve Kerr, Sean Elliott, and Jaamal Tinsley. To contact Randy, email him at rb@coachrb.com.

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