Monthly Archives: July 2012

How to Become an Emotional Coach in Your Child’s Sport

In a previous blog I wrote on the topic of coaches being the emotional ballast for their athletes and I’m now tackling another a key players in the process—parents. I’m very supportive of parents of young athletes because I am … Continue reading

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The Olympics are almost here

Coaches – no last-minute changes please Athletes get the medals; not coaches.  Coaches get their rewards as an offshoot of their athlete’s success.  The individual athlete or team players get the limelight; the coach gets the supporting role or honorable … Continue reading

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What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger How long can an athlete endure the humiliation of defeat in an attempt to get it right?  This human, competitive nature and willingness to accept “pain” is very intriguing.  And with all the … Continue reading

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