Former athlete and student of the game skilled in basketball fundamentals, strategy and life lessons. Charismatic, outgoing, fierce competitor with drive to share and motivate others to succeed in reaching their goals. Seeks a role as head of Mililani High School boys basketball program. A good coaching philosophy helps your team understand the expectations of each memeber of the program and the goal set forth to achieve. . Although I admire many coaches and their philosophies, I have adapted my base pilodophy from parts of article and book "Toughness" written by Jay Bilas. With the implementaion of work ethic (the heart, hustle and the willingness to grind ), has set up the foundation of the program from an athletic standpoint. My goal for each player and coach would be to emabrace the fundamental skills with hope of mastery of those skill and the ability to apply them during games. This portion of the article gives a snap shot of my daily philosophy. "Make getting better every day your goal": Tough players come to work every day to get better, and keep their horizons short. They meet victory and defeat the same way: They get up the next day and go to work to be better than they were the day before. Tough players hate losing but are not shaken or deterred by a loss. Tough players enjoy winning but are never satisfied. For tough players, a championship or a trophy is not a goal; it is a destination. The goal is to get better every day." This philosophy applies to on the court as well as in the clasroom and beyond. Preparation for life after high school basketball is discussed daily. Whether it is planning for college, playing at the next level, a military career or entering the work force, I am committed assisting with their journey. Bottom line, their personal development they acquire from being on a team and playing basketball, should ensure they become role models for the youth and good citizens that will contribute to their communities.
Mililani Community Athletic Association (MCAA, formerly MBA)
NFHS : Coachjng Certificate 2010
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