Having A Disability Doesn't Change Who You Are, It Reveals Who You Are
Dan James talks about the fear disabled people have when first trying sports and the joy it leads to.
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.
How Young Athletes Benefit From Constructive Feedback Later In Life
Olympic Rower Gevvie Stone on the value of processing a coach's feedback for success in sports and beyond.
The 1 Thing Coaches Guarantee Is That Playing Sports Does End. What Next?
Pat Fitzgerald wants his players to develop as athletes and people, preparing for life after football.
The Importance Of Positivity For Kids With Difficult Backgrounds
By teaching the fundamentals and structure in a positive way, Thomas notices that kids begin to thrive.
Helicopter, Snowplow, And Curling Parents Aren't Teaching Resilience
"Nobody is going to sweep the ice for you" when life gets challenging as an adult, Carol Dweck explains.
Dan James: Effort Allows Athletes To Be Triumphant In Failure
In his time as a wheelchair tennis coach, James recounts a story of an athlete who was triumphant in failure.
Brad Stevens: Sports Can Teach Kids The World Is Bigger Than They Are
Celtic's Coach Brad Stevens on sports helping kids learn that the game -- like life -- is not just about them.
See How This Coach Uses A Mistake Ritual In A Game
A Mistake Ritual helps youth athletes to let go of their mistakes and stay ready for the next action.
Collegiate Baseball Manager Explains Why Pressure Is A Privilege
Tracy Smith, Arizona State University baseball manager, on pressure bringing the best out of people