If you speak a little less your players might think a little more which may lead them to be comfortable trying out a little more on their own.
Earlier on I didn’t “Check my ego at the door” as one of my previous posts was called. I was busy trying to show all of the players everything that I knew at once. I wasn’t able to only give feedback on 1 thing at a time & I only now realize how confusing it most have been for some of the players that I previously worked with to be bombarded with everything that they did wrong.
Now it’s extremely important for me to never have more than one aspect in focus per drill & preferably per day. Sometimes I still get impatient or give feedback on what my eye see instead of the defined focus, but I find the development of the players to be much faster & less confusing the previously.