2013 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper prepared a 2013 annual report for coachbillmoore.wordpress.com

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The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 8,700 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 3 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

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Educator/Author/Speaker/HS & NCAA Coach Character Coach Read Coach Moore’s book “On Character and Mental Toughness” Paperback available at Barnes & Noble or Amazon. "The measure of your character and mental toughness is the space between what you are doing and what you could be doing." -Coach Bill Moore
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One Response to 2013 in review

  1. Bill Scott says:

    Coach Moore is a true gentlemen and highly respected coach. His accomplishments as a football coach are admirable; however, what makes him truly special is the quality of man he is away from the game. Bill Moore is a big guy, with a big heart. Many times over the years, I have observed Coach Moore preaching life lessons into the ears of his players, while also stressing the power of character to anyone who would listen.

    Coach Moore, like the great old-school football coaches we have read about e.g. Vince Lombardi, believes that character is a quality that embodies many important traits, including integrity. Being accountable and responsible on and off the field is one of the under-valued lessons that coaches can teach their players. According to Coach Moore, it should be the first thing we share with and while developing young athletes.

    One of the things that has always impressed me about Coach Moore’s teams is how hard they play for him, their school and their town. No matter what skill level his teams had, opposing coaches could always expect one thing when they play against a Coach Moore Bomber team- one tough, physical game, against a program with a tremendous sense of pride. His teams play hard from whistle to whistle, from the beginning of the game, to the very end.

    B. Scott

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