Season 2 Episode 11
I loved this conversation with Rafael. We chat about his career path and his purpose - which he discovered at an early age, he loves listening to people. We talk about the context he brings to his role and his stance in his role as a coach.
You'll also hear about the complex structure of the Blue Jays - there are 9 teams and there are coaches for pitching, catching and hitting!
Hope you enjoy it!
You can find Rafael on twitter @rafaeldubois and on LinkedIn
Links and shownotes at www.rossmcintosh.co.uk
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