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Teaching kids the right attitude.

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  • I found this on a friends facebook page and thought it was spot on.

    A good coach teaching the right attitude.

    https://shsad.wordpress.com/2016/02/02/my-son-didnt-start-today/

     · Jon Woodward, Dannielle Starkie and 3 others like this.
     
  • Great blog Rob! Some great advice in particular for parents at the end of the blog.

    My favourite line...

    Parents: your kids will be fine if they don’t start!  As long as you’re fine!!!

    Be interested to read what others think. Thanks for sharing.

     · Richard Cheetham and David Turner like this.
     
  • Excellent find Rob (and I have taken the liberty of sharing from my Twitter feed too, with credit given to you ;-) )

    This is somethin I see less and less of in sports and society, Attitude is everything and the guidance in here shouldn't new or shock to people - it should be what everyone does every day!

     

     · Rob Maaye and Dannielle Starkie like this.
     
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  • I like this blog post very much!

    It seems like so many kids want to be good in their sport and be included in a team but if/when the going gets tough, they quit or give attitude and put the blame on others. 

    This kid will go places in life!

     · Rob Maaye likes this.
     
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