My philosophy as a Coach is to instill the idea of trusting in the process and focusing on doing the little things the right way. Play every game like its their last game. Giving 100% of your effort into everything you do in life. I want my athletes to leave me knowing I gave them every ounce of effort into their success as I could and to know they got the best Coach Walker everyday every time . I want my players to succeed, in sports and in life. I want to turn boys into young men.
My 3 E's: Effort, Energy, & Emotion, are things no matter what the situation, you can control. The effort you give towards your job or role for the team, whether that be a bench player or a starter, should not vary. You can control whether you hustle on and off the field to your position or hustle down the baseline after popping up in the infield. Energy goes with the Effort. The energy or body language you have can make or break you as a player. We can control our energy by taking care of our bodies and allowing them to be well rested and ready to perform at a high level. The Emotion has to do with the player's attitude. A big key in sports is always having a positive mind set. The idea of expecting to succeed every time in sports is an attitude that leads. My players will learn to control their tempers and their emotions in tight situations by slowing the gamedown and focusing on channeling that anger in a positive way instead of it creating a “cancer” on the team.
I believe every athlete deserves to be treated the same way and be held to the same standards. Regardless of color, skill, wealth, age, etc.. I see every player in the program as a key aspect in the team's success, and each one deserves the same amount of respect and time.
As an Electricians Apprentice/Helper Dug trenches, drilled holes and broke up concrete to install conduits and system parts. Skilled with post hole diggers and power drill. Assisted with smooth and efficient electrical work for commercial and Residential customers by coordinating supplies, supporting installations and maintaining organized worksites. Operated under supervision of licensed Master Electrician to grow skills and boost electrical expertise. Top-notch troubleshooter with excellent repair knowledge and maintenance abilities. Knew it wasn't going to be my career choice but worked at trying to be the best help everyday. Made sure my Boss never felt like I cheated him out of a paycheck he knew he was getting his money's worth and more from me everyday.
As liquor store clerk I was consistent in the way I did my job, I took out the trash when needed, filled the ice machine with ice bags, dusted the counters during slow hours. The owner was a family friend and the only job that would be flexible with training hours. Didn't work there for the alcohol but was a pretty good sales rep. when I needed to be.
The jobs I have worked prior to my coaching career have been to make ends meet and pay for my college. Once I begin coaching I'll never have to work a day in my life because I will be doing what I love and have wanted to do since the 4th grade.
I don't have a long history of working because of sports and school but i treat any job the same professional way I would treat a game in sports. Full on with no short cuts and to the best of my abilities.
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