Best coaches: Styles, strengths vary
Evaluating coaches is always an interesting challenge. You need to be open-minded in your approach because they're all unique.
Some find results with a no-nonsense, in-your-face style. Others produce by knowing how to massage egos and push the right buttons. What they all understand, however, is that the clock is always ticking on their job security, that a couple bad seasons could easily land them in the unemployment line.
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