The Home For College Scouts
Teaching. Education. Investing. Success. Motivation. Money. Growth. Longevity. Goals. Strategy. Brainstorming. Relationships.
What we do for you
The goal is to educate, motivate and inspire recruiting services and college scouts. The destination is pointed upward to success.
You’re not doing this for free. I’m going to show you how to make money. Various strategies and techniques will be taught to help you gain profits.
There are many strategies and techniques I will teach you to improve your skills and the ability to consistently sign student-athletes and get them placed in college.
All goals should be in writing. Those goals that are not in writing are mere wishes. We want to turn goals into success not nightmares.
Growth & New Business
It’s important to sign up new student-athletes; it’s equally important to keep that momentum going forever.
The process of being a college scout requires ongoing development, which requires studying, and perfecting all that you know and committing it to memory.
About Al Woods
I have learned a lot from trial and error. I’ve made my share of mistakes, but I’ve also had great triumphs and victories along the way.
I like winning. There’s nothing more satisfying than victory. However, there’s a lot of negativity in the world. Negativity attacks college scouts and recruiting services on a consistent basis, but victory kills negativity.
“Every person who wins in any undertaking must be willing to burn his ships and cut all resources of retreat.”
Motivate Parents To Buy! They’re not Googling your name. Your name is not on the tip of their tongues. You’re irrelevant from their viewpoint and insignificant. They ignore your conversation on social media with nothing more than a casual glance. No...
When Hit With Rejection I’m not interested. No thank you. No, Leave us alone. Don’t call us we’ll call you. You’re going to be hit with so much rejection words you’ll begin to think it’s your first name. Rejection hurts. It will...
Something About The Parents The parents know absolutely nothing about the recruiting process. What very little they do know they got it from another parent who also knows nothing about it. Confusion is running rampant with the back and forth conversations with parents...