We each have 1440 minutes in a day … using a couple of those to slow down and breath (and smile!) isn’t going to keep you from anything earth shattering and it might just help!
We all have hopes and dreams … but if we don’t plan and set goals we might as well be wishing on a star.
Of course sometimes we still need that star to wish on.
“Kids that learn how to confront adversity in sports will develop a sense of self-discipline and pride in their work which will only help them take their skills to the next level.” Sports Coach Tip #29
I found this Sports Coach Tip when I was cruising around the web a couple weeks ago. It resonated with me and I wanted to pass it along. Any time kids face adversity and get through it they gain confidence and are better prepared to handle the next thing that comes along.
CoachGray.com has some great tips and other information for coaches, parents or anyone who is involved in youth sports.
I took this picture last week at the Spirit of Boise Balloon Classic. It was beautiful and calming to watch the balloons inflate and rise just as the sun was peeking over the treeline.
It made me think about how important it is to carve out (even a little) time to do something to recharge yourself and to really be present in the moment.
How do you make time for yourself?
All of us have the ability to make a difference in a teens life!
This quote is from Josh Shipp who is a great source of information and inspiration for teens and adults. Check him out!
I love this quote … it really rings true for me.
The skills teens learn in sports really do stay with them!
Every once in a while life throws you down and knocks you around a bit.
Pick yourself up, dust yourself off and keep on going.