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Stop with the “Yes-Coach”

I’m not sure when teams started mouthing this zombie-like response but here’s my plea to make it stop! Read on to learn why I think this response has the opposite effect of what’s intended. In order for players to have success at the...

 

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2 Questions for a Stronger Battery

Trying to get your catchers and pitchers to talk to each other, try these 2 simple questions. Instead of telling your catchers to “talk” – ask 2 questions instead. Recently I was struggling trying to help a catcher talk to her pitcher. She wasn’t sure...

 

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A Simple Way to Manage Worry

Worry destroys some players, so discover how to turn it on its head. While its natural to worry, it sure isn’t helpful. Find a simple way to un-worry. I coach pitchers, and as worriers go, they usually lead the pack. Worry is a common emotion...

 

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My 5 Favorite Quotes

Looking for some motivation, then look no further. Check out 5 of my favorite quotes. I think most of us like quotes. They’re short and catchy and usually motivational. Because I include one in every issue of our newsletter, I’ve got a pretty...

 

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The Danger of Likes

Can the number of “likes” actually be harmful? Discover the dangers that lie within our “likes”. The internet has drastically changed the meaning of some words. Take the word “like” for instance. It’s defined by Webster Dictionary as “to feel attraction toward”, as in I...

 

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