Oh I agree 100%...watching him berate Guarantano you could just see his confiden
Confidence and esteem depleting by the second. There is definitely a time for that but that wasn’t one of them. Whereas Kalani is more of a buddy, Pruitt felt more like an enemy.
Ideally you have a happy medium (like Saban?) where players respect and even fear your rebuke. But they also know that when the rebuke comes, it’s well deserved and is carefully listened to because they don’t come often.
But if I could choose one or the other of the two extremes? I take Kalani’s approach everyday.
"To be negatively adjusted to low-level society is a positive feature."
"Here is surely the heart of the matter, that sin is sin because it is personally and socially destructive, and this is something that can be empirically studied and verified and is not dependent upon myth or revelation."
-Dr. Kazimierz Dąbrowski, MD, Ph.D.