Transferring to a different college can be a stressful and time consuming process. After attending 3 universities during my college career, I found it extremely difficult to understand the rules and regulations that govern each league. Below you will find how to transfer from an NCAA D1, D2, D3 and NAIA football program.
Players often blame a lackluster performance on low self-confidence, an unwillingness to take risks or a lack of creativity on the pitch. Self-confidence is extremely important in almost every aspect of our lives, yet so many footballer’s struggle to find it. Unfortunately for many players, this can be a vicious circle and athletes who lack self-confidence can find it hard becoming successful. Your level of self-confidence can dictate your behavior, body language, how you speak and what you say. We know that self-confidence is an important prerequisite for success in football, but how do you obtain and acquire an unwavering level of confidence?
If you have been following my YouTube channel for more than a year, you know I played for an NAIA football program my last two years of college. Transferring from two NCAA D1 schools, it was definitely a significant change in speed of play, physicality and mental sharpness. But playing in the NAIA was one of the best choices I have ever made in my career. Here’s why you should consider an NAIA soccer scholarship.
Over the course of my 20 year career playing the beautiful game, I have experimented with different methods of trying to expedite my development on the pitch. In a world where less than 1% of footballers will make it as professionals, you have to think and act differently in order to reach an elite caliber of play.
In a wildly growing and vastly competitive market it’s hard to find an edge over our opponents. It’s difficult to differentiate yourself from the ever increasingly number of hard working athletes and business persons alike. How can you get ahead of the pack and stay there?