DOES THIS SERVE THE NEEDS OF THE CHILDREN FIRST? This simple question should be asked by everyone in sports, over and over. It is the box that should be ticked whenever a decision is made, or a program is implemented. It is the question that should be asked by every parent or coach as he…… Continue reading KIDS FIRST?
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One of my passions is helping coaches (& parents) focus on the person before the player. This can be a balancing act at times because we all want great results for our clubs, teams and players. The challenge is to ensure that our club and team culture is not driven by results, over relationships. This…… Continue reading PERSON V PLAYER
Click here to download your FREE copy: sports_mind_shift players Click here to download your FREE copy: coaches_mind_shift Praise for Sports Mind Shift “Brett White is a practical thinker and a thinking practitioner. The message of “Sports Mind Shift” is not just intellectual theory but founded on real life experience which makes it invaluable to anyone…… Continue reading FREE RESOURCE
DON’T MISS OUT: limited places left with one of the world’s foremost leaders in the area of children’s and youth sport, John O’Sullivan. John O’Sullivan, of the Changing the Game Project, spent two decades as a footballer and coach at youth, high school, college and professional level. He is the author of the #1 bestselling…… Continue reading CHANGING THE GAME
This is a brilliant podcast I highly recommend to all coaches, specifically those coaching at a youth level. “The relationships make the difference;” Manchester United Youth Coach Tom Statham on 24 years coaching 8-11 year old future professionals. Tom Statham, Manchester United Youth Coach, “The cones, bibs and balls are the easy part. It’s the…… Continue reading YOUTH COACH INSIGHTS
John O’Sullivan, from Changing the Game Project, USA A few years back, I coached a talented, yet under-performing sixteen-year-old girl I will call Maddy. She was incredibly inconsistent in her play and often looked very depressed. She was definitely lacking in confidence. Her friends told me she was unsure whether to continue playing or not.…… Continue reading ONE POWERFUL QUESTION