Meditation

I just finished my second 10-day Vipassana meditation course in as many years yesterday. The first question I got from first time participants and non-participants was ‘how was it different this time?’. My answer is short and simple: It was less traumatic. Although after speaking to one of the servers at the course I recognize that this is very subjective for each individual, for him it was the other way around. The thought occurred to me sometime during the ten days that it might be interesting for you to know more about this type of meditation retreat, especially if you’re … Continue reading Meditation

Personal Development

In todays post we will have a look at personal development, what it is in the context of football coaches and also give some practical tips you can use to improve and become a better coach. Personal development for football coaches usually means going to coaching courses, reading books and blogs, listening to podcasts, practicing your coaching on the pitch and maybe using a mentor to receive quality feedback. However, what could be a problem for many coaches is if they go to these courses and read books without a clear frame of reference for the what that is their … Continue reading Personal Development