Have you ever thought to yourself what it takes to be really good at something? I’m pretty certain there’s a variety of opinions and thoughts about how to answer this question. Common attributes to attain success include 1) autonomy, 2) purpose, and 3) opportunity to build mastery.
My desire to learn more about the art of officiating came in midst of attending a high school basketball meeting, fall season of 2015. I attended this meeting not really knowing anything about the avocation of officiating. It so happened that on this day we had a guest speaker. He was articulate, and very well spoken. I jotted many notes in which he spoke and provided stats about making calls in your designated area, staying true to the fundamentals, like trusting your partners, and proper positioning. However, at the conclusion of his presentation I still desired more. He asked if there were any questions. So I raised my hand and asked him if he had any recommendations about how to attain the proper training I was desiring. Can you guess his reply? You guessed it! Join Court Club Elite.
The mentorship is nothing short from amazing. No fluff. All matter of fact. It’s guaranteed that as a member, you will be provided the tools for success. With time, work, and experience one will be able to develop in a variety of ways, including mentorship, camp development, success stories, video breakdown and much more. Also consider, you will meet so many great individuals, from all over the world that are like-minded and pursuing a common goal of wanting to excel and serve the game. Lastly, I know this is true for me- I enjoy the process of working towards positive results and hardwiring excellence. The process of exploring and finding my way around how an endeavor works, and then moving through limitation, and sometimes even frustration to build upon the skills and knowledge attained, piecing every experience, whether good or bad, and being able to operate at ever more challenging levels- Sign me up! If you can relate to autonomy and purpose, I can guarantee that Court Club Elite will help guide to the opportunity to build mastery. You will NOT be disappointed.
Oh yeah, and for those curious, the guest speaker was a graduate of the Court Club Elite program. His name is Tyler Ford. I’m not sure he knows it, but he changed my life with such a simple, but trustworthy answer.