How do you raise a champion?
Last year I watched a show about Olympic parents. I wondered, would they all be hard-driving parents? Were they super competitive? What did they do to help their child achieve championship status?
Their answers were not really what I’d expected, but they most definitely made me smile. These are the thoughts that their sports parent behavior broadcast loud and clear. Continue Reading.
Are you Tired of Frazzled?
You can avoid being THAT parent. You know, the raving lunatic who steals the show on game day.
Let’s face it. The world of youth sports is getting more and more competitive. The season is hectic. Life gets crazy. Emotions can run high at any given time.
It’s easy to lose your cool and do something you later regret.
Been there. Done that.
However, there are things you can do to help your child have the best experience possible AND keep your sanity at the same time.
You really can be someone your child is happy to have supporting him from the sidelines!
And here’s how WE want to help.
We are Stacie and Janis, and we have teamed up to share some of our best sanity-saving secrets for parents of competitive athletes.
Stacie Mahoe from StacieMahoe.com is a former college softball player, coach, softball mom and coaching expert.
Janis Meredith from JBMThinks.com is a coach’s wife of 28 years, sports mom for 21, coach’s mom, and sports parenting expert.
Together, we make an awesome team with some powerful, but simple, sanity-saving secrets for sports parents!
And we want to share them with you for FREE!
Join us for a free live webinar and find out how you can stay calm, cool, and collected and let your child shine in the process.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity!