Acadia Axewomen Head Coach Len Harvey joins host Tyler Bennett for Episode 26 in Season Three of the Four Quarters Podcast, powered by Four Quarters Media! Off the top, Harvey discusses how the current COVID-19 restrictions on the East Coast have affected his day-to-day life, which includes having both of his kids learning from home. From there, Harvey gives some insight into how he got his coaching start, and how his return to Acadia ultimately came to be, all while sharing some stories and words on his time with the Mount Royal Cougars. As the chat continues, Harvey and Bennett discuss the importance of self-care and the topic of leadership, a chat that stems from Harvey's Twitter account. To close, Bennett and Harvey discuss growing the game in Canada, discovering that their thoughts are on the same wavelength. (MUSIC: bensound.com)
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