Just trust . . .

Have you ever had someone stare over you while you try to type?  I don’t know about you, but when my co-workers or students have me on the spot and I need to type something up in front of them, I immediately begin to mess up, stroking the wrong keys more often than usual. Or […]

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“Making change happen for the future”

Making change happen for the future   We entered into teaching/coaching and parenthood to make change happen.   However, as New York times-selling author suggests, “short order cooks rarely make change happen.” “How far in the future does your agenda extend?” For coaches, is it wins and losses, after all that is our measure of […]

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The Little Things

The most important thing that we could do as role models for our growing players is show them that we care.  We could do this in many ways, and I would like to share with you one way that my father showed us that he was invested in our future without spending much money or […]

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Who am I?

I’m Tim Banos.  I’m a 32 year old educator from New Jersey who has dedicated most of my young life to the game of baseball.  I consider myself one of the luckiest coaches on the face of this earth.   I didn’t play professional baseball, my former players are not dominating the major leagues, and […]

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