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How To Build Confidence In A Young Athlete

Over the years, I have counseled thousands of young athletes and their family members. These kids have participated in a wide range of sports including golf, tennis, baseball, wrestling, fencing, figure skating, soccer, basketball and football. In many instances, these kids are under the age of twelve. I developed the Bedtime Stories For Young Athletes […]

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How To Coach Your Child At Any Sport: Two Simple Tips

Over the years, many parents ask me for advice about what they should say and do after their child finishes a game or a tournament. After the competition, it is useful to ask these two simple questions: 1. What did you enjoy or like about today’s game? 2. What did you learn today that can […]

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