We coaches (should) know how much we can influence those around us, emotionally and otherwise. It's something we also need to teach our players about.
The Little Book of Talent features a bunch of really interesting things to think about as a coach, in a very consumable fashion.
The "just go for the ball" mentality coaches and players adopt is one I discourage because it leads at best to inefficient play and at worst to injury.
Being more of an extrovert or an introvert can influence how effectively you work with different types of teams in your coaching.
Comments from a brain researcher at an exercise science conference speak to the influance of the coaching environment we create on our athletes.
Goals can be very useful things, which is why they are so often encouraged. There is a downside to them, though, that is little talked about.
The level of your players should influence the type of feedback you give them in terms of whether you go more positive or more negative.
While making detailed long-term coaching plans for a season is impractical, it definitely makes sense to have things you're working toward developmentally.