1. Tune in and take time.
- As a coach you must tune in to the emotions of your players. Take the time to talk to your child.
2. Expect kids are not little adults.
- Remember they are just learning the game of life and expect errors.
3. Play loose.
- A good coach, and a good mom, helps kids keep challenges and competitions in perspective by not putting pressure on them to win at all costs.
4. Have fun.
- If we can get our kids to play loose, we have to follow suit and remember to have fun with our kids.
5. Win or lose…
- A good coach will treat his team the same way in victory or defeat.