In order to achieve anything, you must identify your ultimate vision of what you want and get very clear on how to achieve it. The first step you must take, as a coach or a player, is to identify exactly what you want. The Power of asking the right question: by asking yourself powerful questions you identify what you must do to achieve success. Starting from the top of the pyramid answer each question as thoroughly as possible. The more detail you provide to each question the more defined your action plan will become. Once you have completed each question move on to STEP #2.
Identifying what you want is essential to achieving your ultimate vision, but until you schedule your time on paper, all you have is a dream. Scheduling your action items makes a dream reality.
Eight Steps of Progression
Here you can see exactly what you need to do to achieve your ultimate vision. We have broken down into Eight Steps of Progression the areas on which you need to focus.
Organize Your Eight Steps of Progression
Now you need to have paper, pencil and a calendar. On a piece of paper right down in detail what each step requires -- starting with “Skill Training.” Next, assign how much time you need for each step per week. Finally, indicate the actual day and time you are committed to on your calendar.
The most powerful exercise you can do in your process for achieving your ultimate vision is to visualize what your life looks like if you were to achieve your goal. (In as much detail as possible, describe how you will feel, how you look, and what your relationships look like if you were to achieve your ultimate vision. VBG is the only program that helps develop you as a Complete Player or a Complete Coach. As you review the chart, notice where your growth has the highest likelihood for success. While other programs do a good job delivering access to the game of basketball, only VBG catapults you to a whole new level - as a player or coach and as a person. All you have to do is decide how far you want to go.
“In order to be it you have to see it.”