As a sports parent who is trying to give your child a positive youth sports experience, are you running into any of these problems?
Over-involved, pushy sports parents.
Your child is disappointed with his playing time.
Conflicts with your child’s coach.
Your child feels burdened with expectations.
You feel stressed out because you are too busy.
I can help you deal with these problems and the many others you will face as your child plays sports. I know that your child and your family are unique, so there is not a one-size-fits-all answer to deal with all the problems you and your child will face as he or she plays sports.
Why I can Help:
I’m Janis Meredith, coach’s wife for 3 decades, sports mom for 21 years and life coach.
I can coach you through these specific challenges:
- playing time struggles
- coaching conflicts
- helping your child with mental battles
- dealing with negative parents
- your personal struggle to let go and let the coach do his job
- your personal struggle to not push your child
- time management
I can help you deal with all of these and on top of that, I want to teach you a method for coaching your own child through any problem he or she will face.
“Janis Meredith from JBMThinks.com is exactly what is needed right now in youth sports – a Positive Sports Parenting Tribe. Her articles on her blog are a great reminder of the right way to parent your athlete, her podcast guests have been experts in coaching and parenting, and her Survival Guide series are great resources coming from an expert who has 28 years of experience as both a sports parent and a coach’s wife. I will continue to utilize the great information she is providing to become a better sports parent.”
Craig Haworth, Founder-Winning Youth Coaching
3-month coaching minimum
Why 3 months? This is a process, not a quick fix. You will benefit more from coaching that allows you to address the challenge from all angles.
Your three months of coaching includes:
- two 45-60 minute coaching sessions a month
- unlimited email access with me