It’s one thing to tell players they’re doing something wrong. It’s another thing to be able to show them. Blast Motion is a bat sensor that tracks bat speed, attack angle, and many other important metrics. In this episode Matt Tanner, the baseball channel manager for Blast Motion, explains what all of the metrics are and what ones you should focus on. He also gives examples of what the MLB averages are to help understand what you should be aiming for.Blast Motion Code: pjb25 for $25 offK-Motion Code: pjb5 for $250 off
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The Learning Leader Show With Ryan Hawk: 301: James Kerr - How To Create An Ethos Of Excellence (Legacy)
The Learning Leader Show With Ryan Hawk Episode #301 with James Kerr Full show notes can be found at www.LearningLeader.com
Commonalities of sustaining excellence:
Humility - An ego-less approach. "Serve to lead" mentality Curiosity - Following passion Value Excellence - Focus on doing the small things right These are transferable principles to any organziation
The "All Blacks" rugby team "are our Gods in New Zealand."
They’ve won just under 80% of their games in history Scored twice as many points as their competitors The most successful sports team of all time
Sustained high performance
Mana = The God within. The spirit… The ethos that creates excellence decade after decade
Surprises? "The softness in this hard game. A love, a brotherhood, connection, meaning, caring for one another." How have they sustained excellence?
Tradition Starts at the top with the leaders Breaking down old orthodox Like the British SAS - "Rank but no class" Leadership group — It’s not just one coach. Everyone’s ideas are valued.
It’s a player led team - "Positive power of peer pressure." That feeling of not wanting to let one of your teammates down
"You fight more for the person in the foxhole next to you." The Spartan sword and shield. You can lose you sword, but you can never lose your shield. That helps protect your brother.
Accountability - There is leadership at every level
It empowers the individual in a project bigger than themselves How does this work in business?
Helps them step up, take ownership, be responsible
"A leader is responsible for the result. Good or bad."
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