Tag: leadership

Why Inspiration Trumps “Accountability”

inspiration trumps accountability

Confession: it rubs me the wrong way when people say, “we need to hold kids accountable.” No, we need to do a better job of inspiring them to be their very best. Because when they are already going ABOVE AND

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Mr. Rogers Message for Sports Moms :)

mr. rogers gets it, advice for sports moms

Mr. Rogers gets it. So often, we are in such a rush as moms (or as parents/coaches in general), we can’t even let this process happen, much less be someone who facilitates it. “There’s a world of difference between insisting

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Double Standards of “Leadership” in Youth Sports

Leadership requires character. I have, literally, seen situations where “leaders” feel they have the right, maybe even the duty, to request to see a team captain privately, just so they can ream them for the failures of the team. At

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