What separates the successful athlete from the average athlete? Joining me today on the Athlete 1 Podcast is Charles Schultz who is the author of the book Be Great - Lessons Learned From A Life In The Dirt. The former D1 (Youngstown St University Baseball) freshmen All-American shares how his life changed by his high school baseball coach Stephen Gussler and how it lead to his success on the field and his professional career as a coach, author and host of the Edge of Greatness Podcast.Coach Gussler's ImpactWhy being an arrogant athlete isn't badWhat separates great athletes from average athletesHandling adversityHosting the Edge of Greatness PodcastBe Great - Lessons Learned From A Life In The DirtEdge of Greatness SummitProudly Sponsored By: The Netting ProfessionalsFollow us: @athlete1podcast on all social media
Lessons Learned Through Baseball - Charles Schultz
Patrick Jones Baseball
How to Achieve Greatness Charles Schultz is the Owner of Super Fit Ohio and Edge of Greatness Podcast. Charles has always been enthusiastic about the pursuit of excellence, both personally and in coaching others. He talks about why is it important to have relationships and build connections with players.He shares why coaches should have real conversations and open the door for players to understand that all these little things that they're working on are a specific part of their journey towards their ultimate goal.He talks about how players should sacrifice to achieve excellence in the field.Learn about the importance of proper mentality before and during the game.SHOW NOTES:[2:42] What does that mean to be great?[4:01] Building a system and then following through on the system.[4:29] When you're working with athletes they obviously want to be great so how do you go about instilling that in them and making it so it's applicable to them at their age?[5:47] Do you think it's really though sacrificing some of those other things like hanging out with friends or is it more so when they're just working harder and they're more focused?[7:42] From a hitting coach standpoint right where it's like we want these guys to be confident in the box and that comes from preparation of course but it also comes from you know feeling like you're part of a group or a community and I think having friends is important too.[10:28] Did you go back your junior year to what you were doing your freshman year or did you stay course the entire the rest of the way?[11:02] Why do you think you decided to change course after your freshman?[12:52] Do you think that if you would have went to a bigger school where there's more competition and you wouldn't have been able to be comfortable?[14:55] Where were you thinking about transferring to?[16:33] There are opportunities south at smaller schools that are considered d2.[16:55] When you graduate after your senior year did you have any independent opportunities to continue playing baseball?[18:37] How important age is in professional baseball?[19:30] If you feel like you're ready to move on and you're ready to roll, and from a strength conditioning standpoint too when did that start taking place right after you got done playing?[20:22] What's it like at your facility give us some background on like how you go about what's the system like there when it comes to kids coming in to train?[21:44] What do you like better the lifting part or working with hitters?[22:26] What's the smartest thing you've ever done as a coach?[22:37] On the flip side, what's the one thing that you did as a coach that you know maybe was like a failure but you learned from it made you a better coach?[24:41] On the business side of your strength conditioning business that you have, what are some of the things that maybe have surprised you since you owned a business?[25:57] What's your vision?[30:27] High school baseball's tough.Follow Charles: WebsiteTwitter Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Hello friends, welcome to the show. My name is Tom Broback and I am on a mission to help high school coaches keep their athletes happy and healthy. I loved playing sports growing up. From backyard football to traveling basketball to high school track and field, there was nothing better than being on a team and playing to win a game. Unfortunately, I struggled with health issues and I know your athletes do too. This inspired me to become a physical therapist and sports performance coach. This podcast will help coaches like you learn how to keep your athletes off the bench and in the game.www.theedgeofgreatnessproject.comGuest - Charles SchultzInstagramTwitterHost - Tom BrobackIG: @tombrobackTwitter: @tombroback
Charles Schultz -- Author, Podcast Host and Former College Baseball Player
The Championship Mindset Podcast
This week welcome Charles Schultz to The Championship Mindset Podcast. Charles is a former Division 1 baseball player at Youngstown State University where he was a First Team Freshmen All-American. Following his college career, he has provided coaching and training to young athletes. Charles is the host of the Edge of Greatness podcast and the author of his new book, Be Great: Lessons Learned From a Life in the Dirt. We hope you enjoy our conversation with Charles Schultz.
Bonus Episode: Book Launch: Charles Schultz's Be Great: Lessons Learned from a Life in the Dirt
Charles Schultz's New BookBe Great: Lessons Learned from a Life in the DirtBook:Be Great: Lessons Learned from a Life in the Dirt: Schultz, Charles: 9798782688363: Amazon.com: BooksWebsite:Edge of Greatness Project (theedgeofgreatnessproject.com)
At the Edge of Greatness: Interview with Charles Schultz:S2Ep36
Interview with Charles SchultzCharles has always been enthusiastic about the pursuit of excellence, both personally and coaching others. This pursuit started early in life as an athlete. Charles had a constant drive to improve that led to him having a high level of success in baseball. Inspired by his high school coach he learned the value of committing himself to a goal and improving slowly over time. The power of trusting the process led Charles to become a Division 1 baseball player at Youngstown State University where he was a 1st Team Freshman All-American, as well as a member of the first team to reach the NCAA tournament in school history. Charles still sits in the top ten of several offensive categories in school history. Since completing his playing career he has continued to work with young up and coming athletes through training and coaching. Since 2007 Charles has trained and coached hundreds of athletes, helping many to achieve their dream of playing in college. It’s through training and coaching that Charles has discovered his true passion which is to teach and help others discover the greatness within themselves. Charles hopes to continue to develop as a leader and inspire the next generation of athlete and coach to become excellent in every aspect of their development.Website:Edge of Greatness (theedgeofgreatnessproject.com)Super Fit Ohio:Super Fit Ohio (super-fitohio.com)Podcast:Edge of Greatness Podcast — Edge of Greatness (theedgeofgreatnessproject.com)Instagram:Charles Schultz (@coach_schultz7) • Instagram photos and videosTwitter:Coach_schultz7Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgEric Reyes: Host of Hey Coach! Podcastemail:email@example.comLinkedIn:Eric Reyes | LinkedInFacebook:(1) Hey Coach | FacebookInstagram :Eric Reyes (@reys6103) • Instagram photos and videos
062: The Importance of Coaches and Mentors with Charles Schultz
The Jeff & Heidi Show
The Jeff & Heidi Show Jeff Heggie https://jeffheggie.com https://mindset.jeffheggie.com/ https://www.instagram.com/jeffheggiecoaching/ Heidi Anderson www.ECISecurePay.com Charles Schultz Charles is a former Division 1 baseball player at Youngstown State University where he was a 1st Team Freshman All-American, as well as a member of the first team to reach the NCAA tournament in school history. Since completing his playing career he has continued to work with young up and coming athletes through training and coaching. Since 2007 Charles has trained and coached hundreds of athletes, helping many to achieve their dream of playing in college. It’s through training and coaching that Charles has discovered his true passion which is to teach and help others discover the greatness within themselves. Charles hopes to continue to develop as a leader and inspire the next generation of athlete and coach to become excellent in every aspect of their development. Follow Charles at: www.theedgeofgreatnessproject.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/Coach_Schultz Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/Coach_Schultz/ Get Jeff's FREE Momentum Series Training now at https://jeffheggie.com/momentum/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Charles Schultz is the founder and co-owner of Super Fit Ohio and the host of The Edge of Greatness podcast. Since 2007 Charles has trained and coached hundreds of athletes, helping many to achieve their dream of playing in college. It’s through training and coaching that Charles has discovered his true passion which is to teach and help others discover the greatness within themselves. Charles hopes to continue to develop as a leader and inspire the next generation of athletes and coaches to become excellent in every aspect of their development. Connect with Charles! FB: Charles Schultz Twitter: @Coach_Schultz Instagram: coach_schultz7 Super Fit Ohio Connect with Jeremy! Jeremy’s books! FB: Book Boss Tribe Twitter: @the_bookboss Instagram: the_bookboss Linked In: Jeremy Sutton Healthy Books.net Want to learn more about our guests, download their free gifts, or be on the podcast? Go here and learn more! http://entrepreneurrisingpodcast.com/ To learn how to market your self-published book, go to www.healthybooks.net/marketingguide.
Snoopy Intégrale 1995-1996 par Charles Schultz aux éditions Dargaud
Mixx FM charleroi
Les éditions Dargaud publient l’intégrale des strips de Snoopy, par Charles Schultz. Il faudrait plutôt parler d’intégrales au pluriel puisque ce sont près de dix-huit ...--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mixxfmradio/message
Conversations with Industry Icons - Episode 12 with Charles Schultz
Thompson & Associates
With Crescendo's Practical Planned Giving Conference kicking off digitally this week, we took a moment to sit down and talk with Crescendo Interactive's President and CEO Charles Schultz.Charles has greatly impacted the nonprofit industry with the development of Crescendo Interactive launched in 1984. Additionally, Charles is a big contributor to our own Founder and CEO, Eddie Thompson's, career.Hear from Charles on:-One thing that has not changed over his 40 years in the nonprofit industry;-Two things that have changed in the industry;-How COVID-19 has impacted electronic marketing versus printed marketing;-Emerging technologies that will impact donor education and communication; and,-What he learned from his career's biggest mistake.