As coaches, we need to allow players to teach players.

A key to player development can be the time spent learning from other players. Shared IQ, the thing that allows us all to be collectively smarter by sharing knowledge, experiences, and work methods, leads to a deeper and different level of success. For coaches, teachers, and parents, it is vital to allow this growth to happen. It is helpful, and needed.

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