Inspiration Of The Day: Either Find A Way To Succeed Or Make One
This award-winning coach has a Latin saying on her door that means “I will find a way or make one.”
Coaches That Think They Know It All Set A Bad Example For Athletes
Coaches who stop learning set an example for players to stop learning, too, says Graham Betchart of Lucid.
Learn about this model for athletes based on improving themselves, teammates and their sport as a whole.
Here are 3 key tools to helping you stay on top of your academics during your sports seasons from ClassTracker
Stanford Golf Coach Anne Walker talks about the type of people she looks for when recruiting for her team.
Three Things Leaders Must Do To Maintain Culture At A Large Club
Having kids getting lost in the program and not receiving individual attention is not an option.
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.
Don't Measure Parenting Success Through Your Kid's Achievements
Matt Hayden talks about the importance of letting kids know that athletics are a safe place to fail.
Trusting The Process Even When You Dislike The Results
Mental skills coach Graham Betchart says confidence based on external feedback is "shaky confidence."
No Matter What The Score Is, If You Reward Effort, Results Come Later
Tod Creneti talks about how rewarding things like effort regardless of the score make a team better.
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.