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3 Ways Youth Sports Coaches Become Better Leaders

Imagine for a moment that you have a time machine and you travel back to visit your old youth sports coach. What would that experience look like? You might thank him for teaching you a specific skill or for leading you to a state championship. Perhaps, you want to express gratitude to him for helping…
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3 Youth Sports Strategies for Handling Distractions

Disney Pixar’s movie “UP” hit it “out of the park” with their character “Dug.” Do you remember him? He was the talking dog that would always say, “Squirrel!” mid-sentence. Regardless of what was going on, Dug would lose his train of thought by the distraction of a nearby squirrel. Parents everywhere chuckle and more than…
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12 Qualities Your Child Athlete’s Future Boss Will Love

Raise your hand if you have ever complained about any of these things: Shuttling kids to and from practice Cleaning smelly laundry left overnight in a gym bag Clearing the calendar for weekend games Paying sports fees Travel time and expenses for away games If you have kids involved in youth sports, and you are…
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How Youth Sports Programs Build Rock Solid Relationships With Parents

Anyone who has lived in an area impacted by a hurricane knows the importance of building solid structures that can withstand the pounding winds and damaging rains that may come up in typical hurricane season. A proactive approach is key. Waiting until the storm arrives is usually too late and quickly becomes damage control. The…
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