Daily Coping 4 Jan 2023

Today’s coping tip is to share something helpful with a friend that you learned recently.

I share a lot with my wife and kids. They are a big part of my life, and it’s important to make them a part of mine. I’m not a big shar-er in general, and they might say I don’t share a lot, but they get more than anyone else.

One of the things I learned recently was during my volleyball coaching certification. One of the modules looked at a seasonal plan for coaching. I hadn’t thought of breaking the season this way, but the advice was:

  • First third – 50% single skills, 30% controlled drills, 20% play, bonding
  • Second third – team system, look at stats, strategies, hide weakness
  • Final third – 80% play, offense/defense concepts

I think that’s a good approach and my wife and I are thinking to implement this.

The other thing I learned and shared was serving percentages over time from different locations to different ones. We’re emphasizing players think about this:

2022-11-09 12_42_20-Volleyball_ Correlation between server location and serve success2022-11-09 12_41_53-Volleyball_ Correlation between server location and serve success2022-11-09 12_40_49-Volleyball_ Correlation between server location and serve success

I started to add a daily coping tip to the SQL Server Central newsletter and to the Community Circle, which is helping me deal with the issues in the world. I’m adding my responses for each day here. All my coping tips are under this tag.

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