The Danger Of Tying Your Identity To Your Performance
Graham Betchart on how people should not identify themselves by the sports they play.
The Umpire Says Play Ball, Not Let's Get Stressed, And That Matters
Chris Fay talks about making sure players are relaxed and enjoying the games they are playing.
Director of the Kansas University Sport & Exercise Psychology Lab on research findings about a caring climate.
Increasing access to quality coaching across the country while helping private instructors and coaches...
This NBA coach explains the benefits of coaches accepting input from their athletes.
Christian Lavers: Using Body Language To Move On To The Next Play Quickly
Christian Lavers on how the body language of players can impact their confidence and play.
Pressure And Mistakes Are Part Of What Make Sports Exciting And Important
Christian Lavers says that pressure makes the game exciting and fun, but with that comes mistakes.
Controlling Your Emotions When Dealing With Officials
By focusing on the present and not dwelling on the past, the team is able to bounce back from bad calls.
Failing One Time Doesn't Make You A Failure
Tom Herman, University of Texas Head Football Coach, describes how one failure or mistake doesn't define you.
4 Life Lessons That Youth Can Learn From Golf
Matt Hayden on how golf teaches young athletes about integrity, problem solving, and the growth mindset.
Learning In Sports And Life Doesn't Happen Without Mistakes
If you're going to have a learning environment, you have to cultivate a culture in which mistakes are OK.
Coaches Who See Athletes Make A Mistake Can Remind Them Of The Process
Award-winning coach explains how to help players cope with mistakes and praise them when they bounce back
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.