We all, on some level or another, must prove ourselves as coaches - generally on and on-going basis. Who do we have to do that for and how?
Today I finally get to move on to my next challenge. The other day I was offered and accept a coaching position at Midwestern State University in Texas.
Progress is being made on the job front. Though no official offer has been as yet, things are definitely moving in that direction.
I'm still waiting on developments with regards to the job I interviewed for last week. I haven't been just twiddling my thumbs.
This week saw me waiting on developments from last week's interviews, but not without looking at what else is available on the job market.
I spent most of Monday and Tuesday interviewing for a coaching job. Most of the rest of the week was spent trying to recover from the time zone change.
I knew I would be back on the job market eventually, but my time line has been moved up. As it turns out, I already have something in the works.
I recently found myself wondering if we are actually better off in the grand scheme of things with fewer women coaches. Read on before you crucify me!