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90% Mental | Patrick Walsh, Head Varsity Football Coach for Serra High School

Posted April 16, 2018 by in

A five part series on “Team Culture” where football and soccer coaches at the high school and collegiate level discuss their programs culture and their perspectives on building culture. Coach Patrick Walsh, Varsity Head Football Coach of Serra High School for the past 17 years, discusses what makes up his culture and the importance of living the culture on and off the field. After going 0-4 in 2016 and winning 10 straight games that led the Serra Padres to the State Championship game. Coach Walsh shares how the culture was a big factor in dealing with adversity and how relationships, brotherhood, love, humility, and embracing misery were the key ingredients to stay on track. After listening to this episode you will have a better understanding of Serra’s “Feel It Culture”.

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