Parents Can't Make Kids Passionate About Sports, It Comes From The Kid
David Portugal emphasizes why kids should be passionate about the sport as opposed to the parents.
Players Remember The Competition, Not The Outcome
Jamie Yoder plays his part by always pushing himself to perform his best in every game.
Using The 'Excuse Box' To Reduce Excuse-Making
The Excuse Box is a great way of reducing excuse-making, and not bringing excuses into games or practice.
Effort Is The Perfect Response To Unexpected Setbacks
Kevin Cash talks about how to respond to setbacks and how they made him appreciate hard work.
Kevin Cash: Leaders Treat Their Teammates The Right Way
Kevin Cash talks about qualities that good leaders possess and exemplify.
Cut From The Team? Didn't Make The Grade? Keep Showing Up
Graham Betchart talks about the importance of persistence when trying to accomplish something.
Athletes: Embrace Who You Are And Give Yourself Permission To Succeed
Dan James on how important it is for athletes to give themselves permission to be who they want to be.
With Expectation, Kids Will Always Perceive The Limitations
With expectation, one will always perceive the limitations. Evolved individuals act without expectation.
Triple Impact Competitor® On Loving Your Sport
A Triple-Impact Competitor Scholarship® winner on why it's important that student-athletes love their sport.
Katie Ledecky’s High School AD: “Who Will Be the Next Katie Ledecky?”
The natural reaction to the question is that I’m referring to competitive swimming success. In fact, I am not.