Anger, Low Resilience, Self-Doubt

February 12, 2020

What’s Worse?

 

 

Your athlete’s inability to hit the ball well, or their inability to calmly and confidently cope with their inability to hit the ball well?

 

 

Bad running technique or their perfectionist mentality that constantly leads to low self-esteem and dissatisfaction when they do not run “perfectly”?

 

 

Slow first step speed or their anger issues that constantly arise when they get beat to the ball and coach benches them?

 

 

A coach that tells your athlete that they are not athletic enough to step on the field, or their low emotional and mental resilience that leads to self-doubt and self-loathing?

 

 

We know the answer, we just don’t like to go there. 

 

 

It is a “can’t do”, or a “won’t do”. You either don’t know how to solve the harder to fix issues, or you don’t want to because it takes being vulnerable, it takes more effort, and it stretches your skill zone and comfort zone as a leader.

 

 

Or maybe, we just don’t know that there are solutions-- solutions to the challenges of low resilience, low self-esteem, low ability to control and cope with anger, low ability to turn trial into triumph, low ability to stay positive in the face of negativity, low ability to overcome fear of failure, rejection, and making mistakes...

 

 

If you focus on the root, the fruit will come. It is not my opinion nor is it my guess...it is a proven life principle.

 

 

Just like a car, if you fix the deeper, more complex internal problems, the external works better- the car can now go further, faster, and rides smoother.

 

 

Do you want to create a high-powered, high-performing, persevering, strong young man or woman? 

 

 

Love-powered coach, love-powered parent...let’s get to work on the engine today. You are one book, one course, one mindset exercise, one decision away from leading your athlete to a life built on rock instead of one built on sand.

 

 

 

Dedicated to your athlete’s success,

 

Coach Andrew

 

 

"I have trained youth athletes for the past 20 years and Andrew Simpson states everything in this book that I have seen over those years and what we need to do to improve the athletic experience for our youth today.

 

It is a bright spot in what can sometimes be a dark area for people to manage through. I suggest every parent and coach read this to truly understand the impact you have on a young athletes development in all areas: body, mind, and spirit." -Leslie Trujillo, Author, Trainer, Coach

 

 

 

If you want the practical, immediately applicable action steps to begin building a resilient, confident, secure, high-performing young man or woman, grab the book on Amazon today and gift one or two to a parent or coach who wants to lead their athlete to success.

 

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