10 Great Things Teams Do

October 20, 2016

10.  Have practices that are more competitive than actual games

9.    Have a leader who will call teammates out for doing the wrong things

8.    Get consistent sleep throughout the season

7.    Hold more 'team only' meeting to hash out challenges between them

6.    Touch more often during games - high fives, fist bumps, hugs, and chest bumps

5.    Abstain from alcohol throughout the season

4.    Sign balls and give them to support staff during the beginning of practices

3.    Select a teacher/professor to be the guest coach during each home game

2.    Engage in a multiple community service projects

1.    Work with a sports psychologist