Remember that sinking feeling when you set down your #2 pencil and knew you blew it?
When I was a kid, moments like that left a pit in my stomach for the rest of the day.
Imagine what it would be like if you knew you could take a course that guarantees you won’t experience that?
Well, you can.
Here’s the first option: take German at Watkins Memorial with Mr. Ferguson.
At last night’s conference, he unveiled his methods.
- There is no textbook.
- There is almost never any homework.
- Bomb a test? You can retake it as often as you like (as long as you follow his systematic training – uh – learning system designed to make it second nature).
….and students fill out a detailed personal profile – so he can personally craft the class to fit his students.
Each student – a personal connection.
He went on to explain in fine detail, how he builds a foundation from the ground up, training students to first understand individual words and entry level concepts…
then put together entire sentences…
and then develop the capability to carry on lengthy conversations and discussions.
Now here’s a guy who understands Phase Five, the 5 step path to learning and winning (on the mat and off).
Athletes who don’t follow this five phase process…and coaches who don’t understand it…
are destined to wind up frustrated by their lack of progress.
I see athletes who are constantly stressed out…as well as parents and coaches who are constantly disappointed in them.
That’s why you hear things like:
“I told you to not to do that” or
“how many times do I have to tell you that?”
If you fully understand this five phase process, you will understand exactly where you rate in specific areas – and understand how to accelerate your path to the next level.
PS This fall, you (talking to athletes) can accelerate your path to phase five faster by doing this, than anything else.