Happy Kids. Relaxed Sports Parents.
The two go hand-in-hand.
If you want to give your child a positive youth sports experience, I can help.
As a coach’s wife for 29 years and a sports mom for 21, I know what will give your child that great experience, and what won’t.
Here is my 4-step plan to help you give your child a positive youth sports experience.
Learn From Other Parent’s Mistakes.
I’ve outlined for you the five biggest mistakes I made as a sports parent and how you can avoid them in this 8-minute video.
It’s always good to learn from others who’ve been there.
You may think you have the job of sports parenting down, but there is always something you can learn to be better.
I have a ton of free information that will help you be a better sports parent. Please check them out and use them!
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Develop Good Habits
I’ve outlined 11 Habits for Happy and Positive Sports Parents in a new book. It’s short and to-the-point, giving you a compass for your sports parenting journey. Order your copy.
I’ve also written 7 ebooks that you can download immediately: The Sports Parenting Survival Guide Series.
Let Me Help
If you cannot find an answer to a specific problem or question you are facing as you parent your athlete, I’m available by email at email@example.com. As a certified life coach, I also offer one-on-one and group coaching.
I’m confident that I can help you give your child a positive youth sports experience and in the process help them learn valuable lessons that will impact the rest of their lives.
Get Started on a Positive Youth Sports Journey Today!