#95 5 Tools to Help You Win without Talking About Winning with longtime HS Basketball Coach Greg Garrison

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We present a lot of theory on the Way of Champions podcast, but putting that theory into practice is what matters most. In this episode, we talk with veteran basketball coach, Greg Garrison, about 5 practical methods you can use with any team, in any sport, to begin a culture of winning tomorrow.

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Greg Garrison is currently coaching basketball in Japan after several decades of teaching and coaching in Oregon. He was a 3-time Oregon coach of the year, 2 time State Champion, and won 500 games during his coaching career in Oregon.

Show Notes

5:45 Winning takes care of itself when we choose to give our players a great experience

11:15 The great coaches who helped shape Greg’s career as a coach

20:45 Greg’s employment of the “Guest Coach”

29:45 The “note card” as a way to communicate with players

38:15 The “poor man’s game ball” – marking the board

46:00 Getting in touch with Greg

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