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.
A coaches we are servants of our players and teams. As such that means putting their needs ahead of our own needs and wants.
If your players are on autopilot while going through a training exercise, it's time to up the challenge else development will stall.
Errors come in different forms, some of which we might not even think of as being errors. Improvement comes from addressing them correctly.
A sports psychologist offers up 8 things coaches can do to take their coaching to a higher level. Definitely worth reading.
Here's a quote describing exactly what elite performers are able to do when the internal and/or external pressure is on.