Sports Teach Athletes How To Respond To Negative Feedback Appropriately
Gevvie Stone learned through sports to use any negative feedback as a way to improve yourself.
It's Not Where Players Start Out, But Where They End Up
Jamie Yoder talks about which qualities he admires from an influential player in his life.
Players Remember The Competition, Not The Outcome
Jamie Yoder plays his part by always pushing himself to perform his best in every game.
Parents' Reaction To Failure Translates To Their Children
Parents reaction to failure translates directly to how their kids will handle failure, according to Dweck.
Dave Preston: The Importance of a Teachable Moment
Preston emphasizes the importance of recognizing the teachable moments with your athletes.
Stephanie Schleuder: Celebration Phenomenon
Here Schleuder describes the “Celebration Phenomenon” which she used with her discouraged team.
Brad Frost: Winning Is The Result Of Established Cultural Values
Brad Frost talks about how winning is a byproduct of having the right culture established.
Focus On Attitude And Effort Even When The Game Isn't Going Your Way
Brad Frost on how important it is to maintain a positive attitude and maximum effort no matter the score.
Brad Frost: Teaching "Hockey IQ" By Watching Hockey
Brad Frost finds the best way for young players to increase their knowledge is through watching the sport.
What Kids Can Really Learn From Elite Pro Athletes
Zaza Pachulia discussing different lessons that student-athletes can learn by following professional athletes