If the event is not good it can call in to question your judgement as the program operator. It may leave some of your team dissatisfied. That’s a big deal if they are paying you to do a job.
Are you running a youth sports event like a camp or tryout? What if you have this great opportunity for players but nobody knows about it?
Have you ever had to put your own money in to running a club team or sports program?Every season, teams spend hundreds of dollars on items they had no idea they were being charged.
From transportation to hotels, the key to success is having a solid plan and communicating it. With this approach, the trip is all about your team and their performance and not about logistics.
Without clarity, you may end up paying way too much for a bad hotel. Or worse, you may not even have a hotel to stay in, leaving your team on the street.
When putting together your team’s travel plan there are three questions you must answer. If you do not plan this out, you are going to provide a very bad experience and come off looking like an amateur.
You have a great program but you aren’t getting the players that you want. This could be a case of an identity problem. Here are five steps to check and see.
Finding the players that are going to make your organization the most successful is critical. But there are others competing for their time. Using awesome looking gear can be helpful in the recruiting process.
Two days after the biggest announcement of the year, CrossFit gets hit with a crisis. How they handle it may define them moving forward.
Following up on a post I did about four months ago “Top 6 Podcasts You Need to Hear” (you can read it here), these are four more podcasts that I’m really enjoying. They range from fitness, to social marketing, SEO and content marketing. I’m listening to all of these through the free Stitcher app. Mind…
Spam email is out of control. I’ve received over 3,100 spam email in 2 months. That’s over 100 per day! To those of us that use email marketing, this is one more reason why we have to be nearly perfect if we want our emails to work. Here are three common mistakes that I see people make.…