- Coming out of retirement to coach the Storm to a championship.
- What makes Gregg Popovich so good as a coach.
- How to be a great assistant.
- Creating a championship culture quickly.
- His non-traditional coaching journey and how it helped him be a better coach.
- The male and the female player he would have liked to coach.
- ... and so much more!!!
Twitter: @Seattle Storm
Articles of interest ...
- WNBA Better Because of Dan Hughes' Contributions
- Seattle Storm Could Be Building the Next WNBA Dynasty
- Out of basketball a year ago, Storm coach Dan Hughes is now on the verge of his first WNBA title
- Storm Coach Dan Hughes heads into cancer surgery with world by his side.
Past "Success is a Choice" podcast episodes of interest . . .
- Kara Lawson (WNBA star and NBA broadcaster) - Episode 113
- Greg Tonagel (basketball coach at Indiana Wesleyan University) – Episode 106
- Gary Reasons (2x Super Bowl Champion) - Episode 105
- Chris Oliver (founder of Basketballimmersion.com) – Episode 104
- Jon Gordon (author of "The Energy Bus") - Episode 100
- Sue Enquist (Hall of Fame Softball Coach at UCLA) - Episode 077
- Pat Williams (Co-Founder of the Orlando Magic) - Episode 004
- Dwane Casey (2018 NBA Coach of the Year) - Episode 001
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