Coaches, I believe that you make a positive difference in youth sports when as you coach young athletes.
And I also believe that you can help athletes have a better youth sports experience by helping their parents.
I have a powerful little book called:
11 Habits of Happy and Positive Sports Parents
My desire is that this 30-page booklet would be a tool for you as you strive to help parents gain a positive perspective in youth sports. I know how hard your job is and I hope that this booklet will give your team parents a roadmap for positive sports parenting, and in the process give your players a great youth sports experience.
Listen to what one coach saw when he gave the book to every parent on the team:
I think that I have given this book out to four different teams over the last two seasons.The parents look at me like I’m a little strange; most have never had a recreactional coach hand them reading material! Although they never really say anything when I give it out to them, there have been instances throughout the seasons where a parent will make a reference to the book. Like “I know the book said not to do this but it’s hard not to yell at those refs!” I can also say that I have not had any parent problems since I’ve been giving the books out. I do believe they make a difference.
My main goal for giving out the books was to help educate and change the mindset of the parents so that maybe most of the kids will enjoy sports long after I’m coaching them. If I can help one or two kids along the way, it will be well worth it. Mark Thompson, Tennessee.
That’s exactly what my goal is for you as coaches. I want to make this booklet available to every parent on your team and I have a special price for you, if you do.
Although the book sells on Amazon, I don’t want you to go there and pay $7.99. Contact me directly and I can provide them for only $4 per book!
Please contact me directly for this special opportunity: firstname.lastname@example.org.
When I heard that Janis had published a book, “11 Habits of Happy and Positive Sports Parents”, I immediately contacted her and ordered copies. I distributed them at a coach-parent meeting before making my final selections for next season and advised the parents that the behavior outlined in the book was what I expected from them. It was appreciated and well-received. As a minor hockey parent, myself, I found the content to be helpful and insightful, without being condescending or lecturing. I would recommend Janis and her book to all minor sports coaches and parents. She will be a trusted and valuable resource for me, going forward. Brandon Boone, Ontario Minor Hockey Association Excellence in Development Award recipient, 2016
I have a goal to get this booklet into as many sports parents’ hands as I can and I need your help to do that.
Will you help me Spread the Positive in Youth Sports?
(contact me for to buy 10 or more copies)