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How Coaches Who Care Can Impact Their Athletes

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In order for coaches to truly make a difference in the lives of their athletes, they have to build trust, show that they care, communicate effectively, relate to their athletes, and motivate their athletes. These steps not only make your athletes perform better, but also help them develop as people beyond sport.

For more steps on motivating your athletes, click here.

When coached build trust with their athletes, the relationships with everyone become more authentic, which allows for more team cohesiveness and opens up effective lines of communication. It is also important for a coach to show they care because this attitude can be infectious.

For a comprehensive list of why these steps impact athletes, click the link below.

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