What is the difference between a "judgment" and an "evaluation"? I am reading where you say to "let go of all judgments." How can I apply that in a profession (coaching) where it is my job to evaluate and judge others? I have to assess abilities and make recommendations, critique performance... do I let go of all these "judgments"?
You must do what is necessary to perform your tasks at work. And... there is nothing wrong with evaluating the performance of your athletes. How else can they hope to get better unless they are guided and directed -- in some way helped to see their limitations, and thus, where they need to work? This act is not judgment. When I speak of not sitting in judgment of others, it means that we must be aware of how some weakness in someone immediately stirs in us some resistance to that quality of character, and then an unconscious part of ourselves will "pounce" on it -- on that person -- attempting to "prove" (in vain) that it's nothing like what it resists.