Episode 4.6 "Re-defining Greatness"
As IWUHoops has traded the pursuit of me for the pursuit of three, they’ve noticed a growing hunger across coaching for others to do the same. This has sparked conversations and gatherings of leaders from across the country in an attempt to ‘re-define greatness’ to align with the IAm3rd way. This episode will engage two of those leaders who are navigating the tension of putting God 1st and others second in the midst of the demands of a basketball season, the allure of success and the competitive nature of coaching.
1st Half (0:29)
Coach Rjay Barsh has won 129 games and been to a Final 4 in his seven years as the head coach at Southeastern University. SEU was a top 25 team all season and made the NAIA National tournament, and Coach Barsh intersected with IWU multiple times throughout the year. He joins to talk about leadership, discipleship and the power of Kingdom connections in coaching. You can follow him @CoachRjayBarsh on Twitter and read more from him at coachbarsh.com
2nd Half (27:47)
Coach Ryan Osborn just completed his second season as the head coach at Carmel High School. In his first season, Carmel finished as runner-up in Indiana’s largest class and this past year they won the state title. He and Coach Tonagel share about their long-time friendship and the way they challenge and encourage each other throughout the season. They go in-depth about the challenges and joys of coaching and where they find their purpose. You can follow him @Coach_Osborn on Twitter.
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