Memes tend to put the responsibility for good attitude and energy on players, but coaches can influence that a lot.
Do you see failure by your team as an indication of where you can be better, or is it a source of embarrassment or a personal affront?
Here are some interesting things to think about in your coaching coming from sport psychologist Dan Abrahams.
Letting players know when they're doing things right goes a long way toward moving them in the direction you want and sustaining motivation.
In this post I talk about how teaching, developing, and coaching are (to my mind) different things and each has its place.
You don't always need to have meetings with your players. Sometimes all that matters is that they know you're available.
A real challenge faced by former players who get into coaching is developing the realization that your players aren't you.
Can a good coach really be successful at whatever level they coach? I would contend that probably depends on the definition of success.