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I’m Harrison Bernstein host of The Everyday Coach, an exploration into helping us improve relationships by recognizing coaching opportunities in our daily lives. Whether it’s just a quick word or a longer engagement, we are coaching every day.. in every aspect of our life, whether we realize it or not. This makes us all coaches. On each episode, we talk with prominent leaders about how we can turn everyday interactions into everyday coaching moments.

I started this show because I realized I know so many fantastic coaches in professional sports, in successful businesses and in our nation’s military. I also know these incredible people have secret insights about what it takes to successfully lead as a coach. And I want to share this knowledge with the world, so everyone can become a GREAT everyday coach.

Jun 1, 2021

In this Episode we reflect on a life of service through military and sports with the legendary US Air Force (Ret.) Lt. Col. Terry Maki.
Maki wrestled for two years and played football for four at the US Air Force Academy. In wrestling, he won the Western Athletic Conference heavyweight title, named Outstanding Wrestler of the WAC tournament, and earned two NCAA qualifying bids.Maki was equally impressive on the gridiron and played linebacker under legendary coach Fisher DeBerry. In his senior year, Maki earned Kodak All-America honors, selected to play in the 1986 Hula Bowl, and was a finalist for the Butkus Award. He is being inducted into the US Airforce Athletics Hall of Fame this year.  After his athletic career, Terry embarked on a 20-year career with the Air Force in Special Tactics.  During his time he worked as a combat diver and executed more than 320 parachute jumps in tours all throughout the world.  Upon retiring from the Air Force, Maki served as Head Football Coach for Florence High School in Montana, and now is the CEO of Bitterroot Services and Technologies which sells state-of-the-art technologies to the VA.