That is a good idea, but it is easier said than done. For me, I continue to think that what I know today will not be as much as tomorrow. I also think that I don't have a big name and what publishing company would want my books if I don't coach Olympians? I have coached many people who have either competed on the national level or at the Olympic Trials, but few of those people I coached on a day to day basis, rather as an advisor or someone (often) in the shadows. Many have a regular school or club coach, but secretly seek advise from someone who can give them real answers they are not getting. There are coaches that use my training plans and pace charts, but they pretend that they came up with those formulae. They give no credit to their originator/creator and let the athletes, parents, and alumni believe that they are the real reason for success. It bothers me a lot, sometimes. I just want an ethical, fair world but it won't happen. A great example of another coach who gets shafted all the time is Jack Daniels. How many coaches out there use his workouts and make everyone think that they orginated the master plan? I can think of one renowned doctor who has started and sustained his career of someone else's discoveries and plans: David Martin. I recall distinctly sitting in a coaches meeting at a National XC Championship in New York and someone started raving about David Martin. If you could see the look in Jack's eyes, a very passive man by nature, you would have said that someone set his seat on fire. He only mumbled to me his contempt for the scoundrel. He did not have to because I already knew that Martin was making a name for himself by using Jack's research, Jack's training paces, and ingratiating himself to the higher-ups in the USOC. Later Martin furthered his fame by getting ahold of Seb Coe and asking him to stop at his lab for testing, all the while knowing that he could make the world think the name David Martin is synonymous with coaching of world class athletes. The above was a dream I had, so I won't remember it actually happening if I go to court. Other than my beautiful wife and dong, Nike, I don't have anything valuable anyway, so I guess it would be futile to sue me.