I know I am just wasting my time, but here it goes... That is one way to view it. The other would be that best baseball players rarely become managers becaues they make so much money during their career that there is no motivation. If you ever heard guys like Mattingly, Molitor, or Cal Ripken Jr talk about hitting, (hell - nobody knew the science of hitting better than Ted Williams - period!) you would know that those guys know the game as well as anyone. Nobody gets to be that good without having a great understanding of how things work. If that is your goal, then your strong resistance to any sort of criticism is even more galling. How are you going give critique to other's game if you cannot take any criticism yourself? Seriously, I really don't think you possess kind of patience required to be a teacher. Just because you (think) know something does not mean that you can teach it. You must be able to empathize and earn trust, which is sorely lacking in your attitude. Your actions say otherwise.