Do you know where your teammates are supposed to be on the floor? I discuss how knowing your teammates responsibilities as well as your own can take your game to the next level. I use a good example of covering Draymond Green in this one!
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Stephen Bardo breaks down how student-athletes can learn to be more patient in the pursuit of their vision. Bardo shares his own personal experiences in moving from one level of the game (high school) to another (college, pro). Go to stephenbardo.com and sign up for the newsletter and receive a link to a special 3-part […]
Parents Take A Time Out Stephen Bardo talks about parental guidance for their student athletes children.
Thick Skin Stephen Bardo shares his experiences as a professional basketball player.
Stephen Bardo discusses concepts from Rory Vaden’s book “Take The Stairs”. Check out his book at http://bit.ly/ttsbook
Failure is simply Feedback Stephen Bardo discusses a vital concept on your way to success which is Failure is simply Feedback. You are not a failure unless you quit. Failure or So-Called Failure is part of the process of learning.
Check out Stephen Bardo’s latest “Point Guard Vision” video – No Pain, No Gain!
In this video, Stephen Bardo talks about the leadership principle of doing thing first of things you want others to do! Listen and learn!
“Become comfortable with being uncomfortable” Stephen breaks down this key concept that is at the center of all successful teams and players.