Coaching Productivity Strategies

Helping Coaches Add Structure to Gain Freedom

Mandy Green is the President of Coaching Productivity Strategies and author of the Green Time Management Workbook and Planner for College Coaches. This workbook and calendar system is for coaches who want to become more organized and efficient as recruiters and professionals.

Finally! A College Coach Specific Day Planner and Workbook that are going to help you plan and organize out your coaching life and help you double your productivity.

I've taken all of the best time-management systems and tips out there on the market and synthesized them all into one Time Management System for College Coaches.

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How I Got Better at Coaching and Recruiting Through Renewal


Time To Renew

As we are off and running in the New Year and hopefully still working towards the goals we set, I wanted to give you an insight into a New Year’s Resolution I made for myself last year and how it affected my coaching and recruiting productivity. My resolution was to schedule more time for personal renewal.

Here is why I needed this:

I was finding it difficult to get my most important recruiting work accomplished while in the office because there are so many other things to do and so many distractions. By the time I would get home, I was pretty much running on empty, and yet still had my recruiting hat on and was trying to answer emails, return phone calls and texts in between taking care of my two kids until I’d fall asleep.

I’m not sure if you can relate, but I was finding that …

Controlling Email Overload

Email Overload!

untitledOver the last few months, I have been reading everything I can about how to manage my email better. I have also started to interview some of my college coaching friends out there trying to find what they are doing to process, manage, and keep track of all of the emails that we as coaches have to deal with everyday.

I NEEDED to do this.

About two years ago I had over 10,000 emails in my inbox. Obnoxious, I know. The worst part about it was that I knew that I was missing out on recruits, I wasn’t responding quick enough or at all, I was forgetting who I had sent what to, etc. My email inbox owned me.


I got to the point where I was just overwhelmed by it all. I knew that I had to figure out how to use email efficiently because it …


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