Defining Culture: Defining Leaders in an Age of Entitlement - Aaron Weintraubby National Fastpitch Coaches Association
The Defining Culture: Defining Leaders in an Age of Entitlement
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Aaron Weintraub, Mental Training Expert.
Aaron Weintraub (also known as “Coach Traub”) earned degrees at Emory University and a Master of Education from the University of Virginia, majoring in Sport Psychology and Motor Learning. He is a disciple of the late, great Harvey Dorfman, who wrote The Mental Game of Baseball and other books.
Coach Traub is honored to be called “Coach” by quite a few people over his 21 years in coaching. He coached college baseball for 13 years with success at: Emory University, Presbyterian College, Brevard College, The University of Virginia and Cedar Valley College.
He has been a full-time mental skills coach, consultant, and author for eight years, working with individuals and teams in all sports from figure skating to golf to softball to football.
Weintraub has, on multiple occasions, taught mental skills to parents and athletes jointly with 19-time World Champion sprinter Michael Johnson.
He has authored two books: A Coaches Guide to Winning the Mental Game andLeadership Training for Softball and has also put together a mental skills training workbook for athletes, a mental skills training workbook for coaches and organized three Mental Skills Training Full-Day Workshops for professional coaches.
Weintraub has spoken at many coaching conventions, including the American Baseball Coaches Association, the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association and Frank Glazier Football Clinics.