Become a More Efficient Coach and Stand Out.

"Marcus has developed a guideline for how to become more efficient.

The concept is simple and easy to apply but is still a very powerful tool"

- Vegard Lund Nes

The 4 Keys To a Great (Re-)Start

Learn how to avoid making the classic mistakes when starting a new job, a new role or coming back from a long time away. These proven principles will help you get off to a Great Start!

You’ve probably spent a great deal improving your knowledge level and are longing to get back to coaching. But how do you know where to start? How can you make sure that you spend your limited coaching time on the things that really matter? 

What to Coach? is the ‘how-to’ manual you should have received when you started out coaching. By reading it, you’ll learn a step-by-step process to prioritize better in your coaching so you can live a happier, more fulfilling coaching life.

In What to Coach?you’ll discover:

  • How to find your true visions and set balanced goals 
  • What’s really important in your coaching, and avoid wasting time
  • Which of your coaching tasks help you achieve progress
  • Powerful hacks to prioritize, and gain a competitive advantage
  • Create your own future

What to Coach? is your must-read guide for making better choices when coaching. If you like easy-to-understand strategies, practical exercises, and methods you can implement immediately, you’ll love this book.

How Becoming More Efficient Will Help You...

Stand Out

It's not about what you know or how many hours you work. It's about how you spend the time you have available.

Save Time

Becoming a more efficient coach will make it possible for you to spend time on the things that really matter. 

Avoid Burn-Out

Learn to implement methods and new habits that will help you avoid the risk of burn-out. 

“As a coach it is very easy sometimes to become insular with your ideas and the way your program operates. Working with Marcus this off-season gave our program that insight and so much more. I was able to present our plans to Marcus in the areas of periodazation, culture building, and tactics and in turn received in-depth and detailed feedback and rationale on those items.”

Robert C. Nydick

Head Coach Men's Soccer, Arcadia University

“The Private Coaching Program has been a great success. Marcus has been an exceptional mentor to me. In a football world where seemingly every training session can be Googled and the subjectivity of coaches can be copied, Marcus has helped me grow in objectivity of coaching football. As a young coach, I would not have gained the objective knowledge of coaching and leading a football team if not for the mentoring of Marcus. His constant support has been invaluable.”

Jodel Wright

Head Coach Women's Soccer, Nyack Collage

“I was so eager to improve my coaching and sought guidance. Meeting Marcus changed everything for me, you immediately see how passionate he is about helping coaches improve. Working with Marcus, has helped me step out my comfort zone and improve my coaching, the way I view football and the way I approach coaching has improved massively with the mentoring.”

Vince Laleau

Youth Coach, Spacecoast SC

It's Not Easy, I Know...

...the frustration I felt when starting out coaching for not having anyone to help my career led me to do something about it.


After working full-time in coaching for four years in every different role there is, I finally made it to the top level.


However, this "success" came with a very dark side. I sacrificed relationships, friendships and my own health to make it. You shouldn't.


That's why I've spent years figuring out how you can become a successful coach without risking your life.


The answer is that you need to become more efficient.


I want you to learn from my mistakes, and improve your coaching while spending less time doing so.

How To Become More Efficient

Every day when you coach, you continually go through these four different parts that will affect how efficient you are.

  • Make Better Choices

    You have probably had that player who was really fast, but always running in the wrong direction. Avoid running around in circles when coaching and find your direction. 

  • Execute Your Coaching

    The thing you spend the most time on in coaching courses. Becoming more efficient means that you will not have to repeat yourself, and increase the chance of your players doing what you want.

  • Be Prepared

    After you have found your direction, it's all about being as well prepared as possible. In coaching there can be a lot of surprises, but everything is possible to prepare for.

  • Evaluate Everything

    How do you know that you're heading in the right direction and improving? When becoming more efficient you install new game-changing habits to help you evaluate and set yourself up for future success.

Download FREE Checklist!

Use This Checklist to improve How You Execute Your Coaching Today. The Checklist takes you through the 4 steps of execution that you should implement in your daily coaching to increase your chance of success.

Why Should You Become More Efficient?

In this short video, I answer the two biggest questions that you have right now.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why Should I Become a More Efficient Coach?

What Does Efficient Mean Anyway?

Do You Have Something I Can Read?

Setting up a 1 on 1 call can be intimidating at first, I totally get that! Maybe you want to start by reading up on something so you can see for yourself whether or not I'm someone worth spending your time on. 

In that case, I recommend reading my newly published eBook 'What To Coach?' that you can find on Amazon by clicking here.

How Can You Help Me?

What Free Resources Do You Have?

What Courses Do You Recommend?

On the topic of becoming a more efficient coach, the best course is the Protocol of Improving Your Efficiency that will teach you the models and methods that I have used with my clients over the years. 


For advice on general coaching courses, schedule a free 15 min call and I'll let you know what I think would be the best for you...! 

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