Parents Can Guide Their Kids In Sports, But Kids Need To Make The Choices
Former Pro Golfer talks about letting his son make the decisions while he plays sports.
Don't Grade Yourself On Results, Grade Yourself On Process
Michael Connell stresses that it is more important that you focus on execution rather than the result.
Why It's Important To Understand The Game, Not Just Be Athletic
Brad Frost talks about how understanding the game separates the really good players from the elite.
When A Kid Makes A Brutal Mistake, They Know It
Brad Frost talks about how to coach up a kid who has made a big mistake in a game.
Coaches Recruit Athletes That Play Best For Their Teammates
Stanford Golf Coach Anne Walker talks about the type of people she looks for when recruiting for her team.
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.
The Value Of Protocol And Planning For Leaders Dealing With Upset Parents
Paul Snow on the protocol he advises for when a parent wants to approach an Athletic Director about an issue.
Karen Aston: Providing Mentorship For Younger Coaches
Coaches always have the ability to form bonds with other coaches as they help each other improve.
Parents: Encourage Your Kid To Try EVERYTHING Before Intervening
John O'Sullivan says that kids needs to do everything they can to earn playing time before parents step in.
Remember The Player-Ref Ratio When Thinking About An Official's Job
Jack Clark talks about the importance of respect toward teammates, officials, and opponents in rugby.