Learn the fundamentals and the concepts for every position, that you need to apply in order have the best possible start.
Understand the concepts you should apply on every hero category in the laning stage.
It is designed is such a way that you even if you lack a lot of aspects of the game or want to learn other positions that you are unfamiliar with, you will improve your game understanding, your thought process and your decision making.
Every week we review your games, starting slowly from the laning stage -> middle game, improving your mechanics, lane and middle game understanding through questions that the student needs to answer himself.
A private group where students can ask all their questions about matchups, item builds and the best ways. We are available 24/7 to make sure that you improve daily.
Every week, you will have tasks that you need to excecute in your games, to slowly add new concepts and things into your game while you remove your old habbits.
Weekly playing with better players to make sure that you receive a "taste" of higher MMR games
Recording your games to review them and give you feedback. The more we know about you, the more we can help you
Being the leader in your games, giving the correct decisions, shot calling, leading your team to victory
I disagree with the idea that just watching a replay and pointing out mistakes is the best way of coaching.
Imagine you have a coaching session of 60 to 120minutes. The problem with this way of
teaching, like in everything else in life is:
The student gets overwhelmed by the amount of information, gets tired, and will hardly be able to apply all these things together at once
Pointing out a mistake does not mean that the student will be able to fix this problem
Understanding a concept or pointing a wrong idea does not mean that you can apply it to your games
Slowly building up the game and improving at it. Starting from mechanics to laning stage, to thought process and decision making.
Consistency and repetition. It is the only way to constantly add and apply new concepts into your game slowly until it becomes muscle memory, making sure that you will apply them in the longterm run.
Playing with better players to see how it feels to play with players above your rank and feel how much harder it is to win a higher-level game.
Open Minded people that value their time: Open Minded people that value their time: These are the type of players that want to make the most out of their time, improve in something they love, and having the most fun out of it. For those, you value some things more than others, like time, fun, and entertainment.
Action takers: You don't dislike the hard work but you do enjoy the hard work requires to reach your goals
People who love life and want to make the most out if it: You want to improve in all your aspects of your life and you constantly find the motivation to achieve your goals
People who love self-help and accept the help that it is given: These are the type of people that will constantly seek for something better and will always work their way through the difficulties to achieve that. They dislike being mediocre when they know they can achieve so much more out of themselves
Positive chain. If you have success in one area of your life, it will enhance every aspect of your life. You will feel better, sleep better, and overall be happier. It's one of these days when we have an awesome game and get to meet with your friends or your girlfriend later on. When they ask you why you are so happy you just smile at them and say "I just won a game". Nothing more, nothing less. We all have been there :)
To stop playing mediocre. Instead of spending countless hours figuring things out or hoping to find a "cheese" strategy to start grinding you
To stop relying on your teammates to win: When you understand the big picture of the game you are the one leading the team to victory. Shot calling in the lane and the middle game as long as decision game will boost not only your MMR but your confidence as well.
To feel like there is nothing more you could have done to win this game: You try as much as you can, every single game. In the end, there is no regret on your performance and you feel like you did everything you could to win the game.
This type of coaching with Raza is an intense program that requires a lot of effort from you, and a lot of time from us. That means we get to choose a few people that fulfill completely the criteria. As a result, to become a member of Dota @RC Coaching you need to apply to join. It is not enough just to have the money.
A person from my team or me personally will call your through a video call to discuss with you about your situation, analyze your struggles, talk about your milestones, the issues you have with and the things that hold you back from achieving your goals.
If we find out that you are a perfect match for us, and that you are suitable for the program, we will contact you again to start your journey to improvement. The sits are limited, and unfortunately, not everybody can be accepted.