New sports parents–and maybe even ones who’ve been around for a short time–listen up. There’s some things you need to know.
When I signed my first child up for gymnastics and then later for softball, I entered a whole new world. Youth sports is its own unique culture and I had certainly had no idea what I was getting into.
I figured it couldn’t be very hard to stand on the sidelines or sit in the bleachers cheer for your kid. But I soon learned that being your child’s cheerleader is not the hard part; it’s the stuff that surrounds the game that gets sticky.
If you are a new sports parent, or even a beginner, I want to warn you of what will most likely be ahead for you. Take a minute and read about 10 Things You Should Know.
Are You Frustrated with the Politics of Youth Sports?
The issue of politics in youth sports can take all the fun out of the game – if you let it!
I know – my years of sports parenting experience have given me ample opportunity to get sucked into all the games and drama that go on behind the scenes.
I have hope to offer: You CAN navigate these treacherous waters successfully – I can show you how.
Navigating the Politics Of Youth Sports
This podcast is packed full of very insightful information that will help you manage the mess of youth sports politics. My co-host Craig Haworth, a coach, dad, and podcaster, and I talk about ways you can navigate the politics and give you a glimpse into the way coaches may be thinking. It was good stuff and I’m excited to share it with you!
Are you Ready to Fight the Politics? Grab your recording and report today!