Is the IYCA doing what you need?
Every single day of every single week, I receive emails from all over the world.
And it’s the most amazing thing I have ever experienced.
I mean, I was raised in Toronto, Canada by a little redheaded Irish Mom with a big temper (who I love dearly) and a crusty Italian Dad with the best "don’t screw with me" stare you have ever seen (who I rank as one of the greatest human beings on the planet).
I had two older brothers who took turns beating me up, and a dog named Tiger (named affectionately after me – my nickname when I was very young was Tiger apparently due to some kind of rambunctious energy I possessed… a fact I summarily deny by the way).
My point is that I was raised by common folks and in a common way.
I never had any sort of inkling when I was young, that I would grow up to become someone that every single parent, coach and trainer in the youth sports world would know and come to trust.
But that is exactly what has happened.
And my "inbox" counter is proof of that fact.
Every single morning, there are no fewer than 50 – 200 emails waiting for me.
50 – 200 emails multiplied by 365 days…
… You do the math!
More often than not, the emails are a simple message of ‘thanks’ from grateful Moms, Dads, coaches and trainers, all of whom want to send their regards for the information I offered them in my last week’s newsletter.
Other times, the emails are long and excited rambles from folks who just purchased one of our training products and are beside themselves at how much they learned about how to make their young athletes faster, stronger or better overall athletes.
In both cases, I get tickled pink!
I say all that because my strongest desire is to see that all young athletes are trained and cared for in the best way possible – so that they can both maximize their performance and remain safe and healthy in the process.
And that’s why I sit at my computer every morning and blush.
Because so many people, all over the world, decide to take the time to tell me exactly what my information has meant to them.
If you are one of the people who have written me a message of thanks, let me take this opportunity to reciprocate by thanking you for doing so.
It meant the world to me.
If you haven’t yet emailed me your thoughts, maybe you wouldn’t mind doing so now.
I want to make sure that all the information we provide you is actually working to making your life easier.
So tell me what you think.
Good or bad.
Are we giving you what you need, or do you need something else?
I want to know… and I want you to tell me.
Scroll down and let me know….