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Coaches Come in Four Flavors: The Owl Coach

When it comes to behavioral style, your child’s coach usually displays a preference for one of four styles.  Some coaches are “outgoing” (more assertive) and some are “reserved”, (less assertive).  In addition, some coaches are very “task” oriented (focused on chores), and others are very “relationship” oriented, (focused more on people). While every coach is…
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Coaches Come in Four Flavors: The Retriever Coach

When it comes to behavioral style, your child’s coach usually displays a preference for one of four styles.  Some coaches are “outgoing” (more assertive) and some are “reserved”, (less assertive).  In addition, some coaches are very “task” oriented (focused on chores), and others are very “relationship” oriented, (focused more on people). While every coach is…
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Coaches Come in Four Flavors: The Peacock Coach

When it comes to behavioral style, your child’s coach usually displays a preference for one of four styles.  Some coaches are “outgoing” (more assertive) and some are “reserved,” (less assertive).  In addition, some coaches are very “task” oriented (focused on chores), and others are very “relationship” oriented, (focused more on people). While every coach is…
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Coaches Come in Four Flavors: The Rhino Coach

When it comes to behavioral style, your child’s coach usually displays a preference for one of four styles.  Some coaches are “outgoing” (more assertive) and some are “reserved,” (less assertive).  In addition, some coaches are very “task” oriented (focused on chores), and others are very “relationship” oriented, (focused more on people). While every coach is…
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