The Art of Effective Motorsports Coaching

Discussion in 'Other Stuff...' started by Kurt, Nov 30, 2018.

  1. Kurt

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  2. David M. Beyer

    David M. Beyer New Member

    Thanks for the kind words Kurt, I have been teaching various forms of motorsports since the mid-1990s and worked with some great people across the country. This book is my attempt to help others who coach and teach be the best they can be and to be able to achieve better results with those they are working with.
     
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  3. David M. Beyer

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  4. Kurt

    Kurt Member

    That is awesome Dave!!!!!
     
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  5. David M. Beyer

    David M. Beyer New Member


    Meet one of your guys from this forum at the PDW, of course, a few people I know as well...
     
  6. Mike:p

    Mike:p Don’t be a Hero, be consistent.

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    It was me! And I was lucky enough to have dinner with him as well. Halfway through the book and I am rethinking a lot of stuff or at least how I say things.
     
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  7. David M. Beyer

    David M. Beyer New Member

    Mike, That is the entire purpose of the book! Hope you enjoy the second half as much as the first! And NOW it can actually be purchased online. I felt honored to be sitting at your table with all the folks who got training site of the year and then to be asked by John to speak at the dinner, I hope I did not overdo it?
     
  8. Mike:p

    Mike:p Don’t be a Hero, be consistent.

    I think you nailed it.
     
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  9. David M. Beyer

    David M. Beyer New Member

    So have you had time to finish the book? I am hoping that many will take the time to go through it before the training season begins.
     
  10. Mike:p

    Mike:p Don’t be a Hero, be consistent.

    No, not yet. When school started it got put on the back burner. I won’t be coaching any classes until after school is finished for the semester anyway. I WILL finish the book before my first class.
     
  11. wascallyrabbit

    wascallyrabbit New Member

    I can't seem to find the book. Where can I get a copy?
     
  12. Mike:p

    Mike:p Don’t be a Hero, be consistent.

    Use the contact information in the opening post of this thread to contact David directly.
     
  13. wascallyrabbit

    wascallyrabbit New Member

    I did send him a email earlier. But haven't heard from him yet.
     
  14. Kurt

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