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This is the second in a series of podcasts on Mental Toughness. Today, I welcome VJ Stanley, youth sports expert, speaker, and author of Stop the Tsunami in Youth Sports. VJ’s book focuses on achieving balanced excellence and health while embracing the value of playing for fun. In other words, let the kids have fun!
VJ’s website is frozenshorts.com and I will let him explain that title in my interview!
In this podcast, VJ shares the reason that so many kids are quitting sports and what he feels is the answer to this problem. He also talks about how parents should deal with kids who want to quit sports. You can read more about VJ’s answer to the tsunami by buying his book either on his website or on Amazon.
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