San Diego, California (PRWEB) November 28, 2011
Head football coach, Tony Corley has the Eagles soaring on and off the field with the help of a revolutionary web-based service called My Goal Mine. As a result, Coach Corley's Fighting Eagles are 7-2-1 and ranked as one of the top teams in San Diego County. And, perhaps most importantly, stated Coach Corley, "not only have we improved on the athletic field, our players grades have improved and this is the first year I can remember that none of our players became academically ineligible to play. We all know that academics are number one."
This season Coach Corley teamed up with My Goal Mine to help players implement one of the most important things a person can learn: how to live a goal oriented life. My Goal Mine provides high school athletic departments a patent pending web based platform that teaches student athletes how to properly set goals and lead a successful goal oriented life, now and for the rest of their lives. The platform has helped Corley implement something he has always wanted to do for his players but has always been too expensive to provide. My Goal Mine provides the ability to assign specific goals to players, monitor his player’s progress, and have the ability to receive and provide feedback to and from the players relative to the goals achievement.
The players set goals in areas such as Education, Fitness, Finances, Habit Change, Health, Nutrition and Relationships. The manner in which they are guided through the site directs them to write their goals properly. The system has a built in rewards systems and awards players a point each time they read their goals via text, email, or on the internet. The point system makes them want to read their goals more and when one reads their goals daily they see an elevation in performance 90% of the time.
Sam Johnson, CEO from My Goal Mine stated, "The preliminary results have been incredibly exciting and that is why we are reaching out to the San Diego community for help. We implemented our program at San Pasqual High School for all of their football teams, Freshmen through Varsity, and for the first time in Coach Corley's history not one player was placed on academic probation. We want to do this in other high schools and believe Rotary, Kiwanis, Boosters, Lion’s Clubs, and Optimists Groups are amongst many that might be able to help us."