Are you ready to change your youth sports team and future?

  • Grow your reputation

  • Attract your dream team

  • Win more competitions

Does this sound like you?

No time to focus

Less than 24% of coaches are able to sustain themselves and focus on coaching full-time

Low pay

Statistics from the Bureau of Labor Statistics indicate that a youth coach earns an average salary of $33,590 per year as of May 2018.

Lack of funding

Top coaches get the biggest budgets. Everyone else is left scrambling to raise enough funds to keep their programs alive.

Jane was having the same problems until now...

"I always thought having a coach was just a waist of money but after a friend recommended it for my business I gave it a shot and WOW even just the discovery call gave me actionable advice that helped me see immediate results!"

ā€¢ Jane Smith | Brooklyn

About Your Coach

Hey, sports coaches! Iā€™m Clinton. My wife and I currently live near Dallas with our two youngest children. Our children enjoy all kinds of sports and outdoor activities. I enjoy games and sports with friends and family. One of our daughters played volleyball in high school and my goal is to provide valuable resources for coaches.

Since graduating from the University of Washington Foster School of Business MBA program, I mentor and coach MBA candidates to help them find the best opportunities to use their new-found knowledge and skills.

With more than 10 years of product marketing experience at companies like Microsoft, AWS, and Databricks, I currently lead product marketing at a Bay Area startup. On the weekends, I like to help youth sports coaches use marketing best practices to attract strong, talented athletes, and win more competitions, while working fewer hours. Who's ready to dive in and make this happen? Let's ace it together! šŸšŸ’Ŗ

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