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Coaching Children (Ages 5-12)

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  • Rather than identifying yourself with a coaching personality, how about seeing them as tools from a Swiss Army knife? Belief systems are harder to dump or adapt; knowledge is easier to update. Otherwise, if you only have a hammer, you are going to believe everything is a nail...
    Ralph Samwell  · 27/07/16  · 2  · 428
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  • Don't use the F word: Helping children deal with failure
    For ConnectedCoaches member Andrew Beaven, ‘failure’ is a taboo word. Not failure itself – when you are learning new skills, or playing any sport, things will go wrong – just don’t use the F word. Andrew believes that a positive learning opportunity can be found in every unsuccessful outcome.
    Blake Richardson  · 18/07/16  · 2  · 2281
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