Kids Coaching Triumphs
Justin was overweight, shy, awkward and without a shred of athletic
But he had a ton of passion.
And I mean loved everything about the game.
You could see the delight in his eyes and practically feel the joy
in his smile when he slid his glove on, picked up a Louisville
Slugger or laced up his cleats.
This was the kind of kid you flat out just enjoyed being around.
Not because he brought a tremendous amount of vocal energy to
the field, but because of the way he walked around a baseball
diamond in a trance-like, dream state that conveyed absolute bliss.
And what he taught me about coaching was, and is to this day,
one of the most important lessons I have ever had the pleasure
Justin went from the shy kid who didn’t really have any friends on
his team, to a hero.
And he did it all by himself…
I won’t belabor this story or add too much in the way of detail.
I’ll just get straight to the point by saying this –
Every Child Has Currency
They’re all important.
They all have hopes, dreams and ambitions.
And most importantly…
They’re all good at something.
Part of the Art of Coaching is knowing how to create enough
of a wide-spectrum training system that allows each and everyone
of your young athletes to be "the best" on a particular day.