Andy Tamilin is our latest True Competitor. Andy is the husband of our Laura Tamilin, father of two and the head coach of WinForever’s youth camps.
“I’m 33 years old and I’m just starting to learn what WinForever means,” Andy explained to WinForever. It doesn’t matter how young or old one is to discover the power of WinForever. The only thing that matters is if you are willing to learn.
Andy recently got into the coaching realm. He started coaching late, and his first experience was through WinForever. “We got to coach out at Home Depot Center,” Andy told us. “We had tons of kids, and honestly, it was a day in my life that really changed things. I remember driving home from the camp and saying, ‘this is something I need to do.’”
Coaching had been a far cry from anything else Andy had ever done before. It was fulfilling and “outstanding.” He enjoyed the rush of it being 100 miles-per-hour all the time. “At the end of the day, it just made you feel amazing.”
Through WinForever, Andy Tamilin is re-discovering himself: “I’m learning how to be a better dad, better husband. I’m learning how to be a better coach.”
“I’m learning all the key things that I need to do to be better in life—through WinForever.”
Brian Wagner is a recent graduate of the University of Southern California, where he was the Head Student Manager and operations assistant for the USC football team. You can follow him on Twitter at @BrianRWagner.
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