What should you be doing on a daily basis to build a championship caliber program, while also maintaining balance in all areas of life?
That's exactly what Thad Wells is providing us with this program!
You will get access to Thad's weekly checklist for the 2018 season. This includes every single thing Thad and his program does from the end of a game on Friday, to the beginning of the following week's game.
This also includes Thad's game plan checklist that he uses to avoid weekend meetings with his staff. This details the responsibilities of every staff member and what must be accomplished before the week begins.
To help coaches throughout the season, Thad is also going to include a weekly video of him discussing The Process and how his team is going through it each week.
So many coaches get caught up in the schemes, the successful teams follow a complete process.
If you sign up by August 12th, you will also get access to Thad's Win Your Way curriculum for free. This is the material he uses in a classroom setting to help educate his players about life. Some call this character education but the Win Your Way curriculum goes much further beyond this.
Thad Wells is currently the head coach at Mooresville High School in North Carolina, a position he recently obtained. Prior to coming to Mooresville, Thad was the head coach of Blacksburg High School in Virginia where they won the 2016 state championship.
Thad was selected to the 2018 AFCA 35 Under 35 program. This program recognizes emerging leaders in the profession of football and puts them through an educational experience to help aid them for future success.
Thad is known for his unique mindset, which shows in all areas of the sport. His schemes certainly standout on the field, but even more so does his approach to developing athletes off the field. He contributes this to his reading habit, which involves him waking up every morning at 3:55am in order to get at least two hours of reading in before school.
Thad's family includes his wife Rachel and two sons, Stanton (3) and Hankins (1).