“I think in terms of the day’s resolutions, not the year’s.”
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Dec 31 2011
Dec 30 2011
In the final guest post of 2011 Gretchen Rose shares with a family member some lessons she’s learnt.
As you read her guest post, I invite you to consider the lessons you would share for someone else just starting out. If you are a coach who has a “niche”, what would you share especially with your niche? Even if you haven’t got a “niche”, what would you share about having a better 2012?
I suspect that even though, for reasons I’ll let her explain in a moment, Gretchen has written for a specific situation, that there are many things on her list that can be transferable to other situations and scenarios.
Feel free to share anything you would add and how you’d word your list in the comment section below.
We have a new baby in our family, William. He is my baby cousin’s baby! Her precious little girl is almost 3. So fun to reflect back on when my children were that little and sweet.
Our kids are now 16 and 11. I remember when the days were long, but oh how the years are short. I feel the sand draining out of the hour- glass at a rapid rate with our 16 year old daughter. We have much more time with our 11 year old son, but it is speeding up as well.
So much” intel” to share with my cousin. But like any great book, I don’t want to spoil the plot. It is better for her to “read” her own book in her own time. I love the picture of baby William with his dad, both dressed in dad’s college colors. They are not MY college colors, but I appreciated the sentiment all the same.
They are at the beginning of the Sports parent journey. In their honor this is a reflection on New Year’s resolution for ALL Sports parents to re-evaluate our New Year and new season of play and reminisce on seasons past and lessons learned.
I think this will get my cousins on course for a few years of an amazing journey. Hopefully I can still add updates as I discover them!
Have a happy and safe New Year and new season to everyone.
I am a wife and mom of two athletic and active children in Dallas, Texas. In my spare time, I am the inventor and founder of KidzMat – the premier organizational equipment for youth sports.
I also own and operate a catering company and am an avid runner with my two dogs! I love to write about my experiences as a sports mom. My web site is www.kidzmat.com!
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The festive season is often a busy time for many people so in case you missed any of the 12 posts here is a quick recap with links for each day.
A mix of different topics providing support and solutions for a range of problems and questions were deliberately selected. You’ll notice that there is a mix of books, audio and other products spaced throughout the 12 days. Some will be more appealing if you are new to coaching, whilst others will be more attractive if you have more experience.
I invite you to explore the following and decide which one is most useful for you.
There are many other coaching resources out there, like on this list, some are complimentary and others require an exchange of money. Coaches, if you were to add one extra coaching resource to this list what would you add and why?
Feel free to share you thoughts in the comments box.