Do not call a foul unless the whole act has been observed

                if you think you saw it- it is not a foul: if you saw it it is a foul

2. Ears

        Be tuned in to what is going on and monitor

        Listen to what the participants are talking about

                 may help to avert trouble down the road

3. Mouth

        Build a rapport with the athletes and coaches

                under NO circumstances should you fraternize, criticize, coach, or threaten any                             athlete or coach

          Always remember the words from Peter Principle by Laurence J Peter

                    "Speak when you are angry, and you'll make the best speech you'll ever regret"

4. Arms

          Make the signals you need to inform those around you of the call you are making

          Have ways to communicate to other officials that you are working with

5. Legs

           Use you legs to make sure you can always get to a position to make the call that you need to

            If marking get to the mark as quickly as possible after you observe where the mark is

6. Brain

            Use all your senses to process the call you are about to make


                    know the rules so you can make the calls