Podcast Episode 26 – Interview with Robert Hoadley – MLR (Major League Rugby)

Interview with Robert Hoadley – MLR (Major League Rugby) 2019 Coach of the Year – San Diego Legion

A Legion consists of 6000 warriors. The leader of such a cohort is referred to as Legatus legionis. One who holds this responsibility must be courageous, insightful, a person who inspires others to perform miraculous feats of determination and commitment, while being able to keep a clear vision of the task “at hand”, all while not losing a sense of honor, grace and commitment to representing those they defend. This person must be a leader with vision. A leader who can take their vision and not only share it but make those around him believe in it – so much so, that they’d be willing to give their life to attain it and then defend it! This type of leader is Robert Hoadley.

Robert Hoadley is the 2019 MLR (Major League Rugby) Coach of the Year. It was Rob’s vision of what a Legion is, and what it represents that provided the San Diego Legion with two winning seasons and a chance to become Season Champions. It is the same leadership and vision that brought World Class talent to San Diego, California to play for the Legion.

Some of Rob’s greatest talents rest in not only developing a “Vision” that inspires others to strive for and up-hold … but to do such, in manner that makes others “want” to do this. Rob has a very unique way of inspiring and coaching his athletes. His intensity to compete, is matched only by the level of compassion and care he has for each and every one of his athletes. This incredible balance of fierce competitiveness and care for those who fall under his leadership help create a “Family-like” environment that has helped athletes from all over the world – come together and care for each other.

Robert Hoadley is a fantastic interview for HeadSet followers in that he is able to embody the perfect blend of sports psychology and athletic pralis. Rob provides insight to Pillar Process … which oddly enough falls right into line with that of the HeadSet Sports process.

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