Parents: Make Certain Your Kids Have Kick@ss Coaches & Mentors

Written by Doug Giles on June 14, 2018

“Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth.” — Mike Tyson

The leaders in your life play a huge role in shaping you, in teaching you how to face a challenge, in teaching you how to persevere.

Coaches have a special role, one different from mom and dad’s role.

Think of them as ‘specialists’. They have one goal and one goal only… to raise you to excellence in your sport. And that’s something kids today are sorely in need of.

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Get ready for a wild ride episode of Warriors and Wildmen complete with a parachute that didn’t open, a warrior chick whose coach didn’t give up on her, even when she was ready to give up on herself, and a tale of two baseball coaches — and the difference they made in one young punk’s life, both for better or worse.

By the end of it, you’ll be wanting to get your kids into sports…. preferably something physical and demanding.

You can watch the video, or if you’re on the go, and would rather bring the audio with you, that’s an option, too. We’ve got you covered.

You can redeem the commute, or listen at the gym by bringing the podcast with you in in the audio version.

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Everyone does that.

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