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John Pascarella on Networking, Differences Between Head Coach and Assistant Coach

May 07, 2020 Marcus Walfridson Season 1 Episode 13
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John Pascarella on Networking, Differences Between Head Coach and Assistant Coach
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John Pascarella on Networking, Differences Between Head Coach and Assistant Coach
May 07, 2020 Season 1 Episode 13
Marcus Walfridson

In this session I talk to the current Head Coach of Oklahoma Energy FC of the USL. We talk about the things you don’t learn about in coaching courses or in the webinars. 

JP shares his path into the pro game and the importance of networking, a crucial skill for any coach who wants to be successful over time. Having worked at different levels and in different roles, we talk extensively about the different roles Head Coach and Assistant Coach.

Listen to this episode to learn more about what being an Assistant Coach or Head Coach means in the professional game. Take advantage of John’s generosity and listen to all the great tips he provides to coaches on all levels. 

Book tips: 

Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action (Simon Sinek) - https://amzn.to/3fl9eCX

Generation iY: Secrets to Connecting With Today’s Teens & Young Adults in the Digital Age (Tim Elmore) - https://amzn.to/2L37wZ6

Sacred Hoops: SPIRITUAL LESSONS OF A HARDWOOD WARRIOR (Phil Jackson) - https://amzn.to/3c7g50

Reach out to John via email: john.pascarella@outlook.com or john.pascarella@energyfc.com 

Follow John on Twitter: @JPSoccerCoach 

Discuss this episode in the Efficient Coaches Tribe on Facebook: facebook.com/groups/coachestribe

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Show Notes

In this session I talk to the current Head Coach of Oklahoma Energy FC of the USL. We talk about the things you don’t learn about in coaching courses or in the webinars. 

JP shares his path into the pro game and the importance of networking, a crucial skill for any coach who wants to be successful over time. Having worked at different levels and in different roles, we talk extensively about the different roles Head Coach and Assistant Coach.

Listen to this episode to learn more about what being an Assistant Coach or Head Coach means in the professional game. Take advantage of John’s generosity and listen to all the great tips he provides to coaches on all levels. 

Book tips: 

Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action (Simon Sinek) - https://amzn.to/3fl9eCX

Generation iY: Secrets to Connecting With Today’s Teens & Young Adults in the Digital Age (Tim Elmore) - https://amzn.to/2L37wZ6

Sacred Hoops: SPIRITUAL LESSONS OF A HARDWOOD WARRIOR (Phil Jackson) - https://amzn.to/3c7g50

Reach out to John via email: john.pascarella@outlook.com or john.pascarella@energyfc.com 

Follow John on Twitter: @JPSoccerCoach 

Discuss this episode in the Efficient Coaches Tribe on Facebook: facebook.com/groups/coachestribe

#### Get The Efficient Coach eBook WHAT TO COACH? - How To Make Better Choices With The Time You Have on Amazon ####

*****

Follow The Efficient Coach on Social Media:

Twitter

Facebook

Instagram

If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests to come on the show.

For show notes and past episodes, please visit podcast.thefficient.coach.

Interested in sponsoring the podcast? Send an e-mail to team@theefficient.coach