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Compete With Grace

November 20, 2020 Positive Coaching Alliance
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Compete With Grace
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Compete With Grace
Nov 20, 2020
Positive Coaching Alliance

It is more important than ever to help your juniors understand how to compete with grace and integrity. Discover why their 'personal brand' is incredibly important.

Coach: Positive Coaching Alliance, better athletes, better people.
Bio: Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) is a national non-profit organization with the mission of creating a positive, character-building youth sports environment that results in BETTER ATHLETES, BETTER PEOPLE. 

Youth sports currently involves 40M children, which presents a tremendous platform on which to develop youth character and life skills. PCA ensures sports are ‘done right’ with programming that is research-based and designed to have an impact.

Since its founding in 1998, PCA has established 18 chapters nationwide, partnered with roughly 3,500 schools and youth sports organizations to deliver more than 20,000 live group workshops, reaching 19.2 million youth.

PCA gains support from a National Advisory Board of elite coaches, professional and Olympic athletes, organization leaders, and academics who share PCA’s mission. PCA is proud to partner with more than 50 national governing bodies.

Birthplace: N/A
Residency: Mountain View, CA, USA

Link: Positive Coaching Alliance

Length: 1 min 40 sec
Theme: Motivation


Show Notes Transcript

It is more important than ever to help your juniors understand how to compete with grace and integrity. Discover why their 'personal brand' is incredibly important.

Coach: Positive Coaching Alliance, better athletes, better people.
Bio: Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) is a national non-profit organization with the mission of creating a positive, character-building youth sports environment that results in BETTER ATHLETES, BETTER PEOPLE. 

Youth sports currently involves 40M children, which presents a tremendous platform on which to develop youth character and life skills. PCA ensures sports are ‘done right’ with programming that is research-based and designed to have an impact.

Since its founding in 1998, PCA has established 18 chapters nationwide, partnered with roughly 3,500 schools and youth sports organizations to deliver more than 20,000 live group workshops, reaching 19.2 million youth.

PCA gains support from a National Advisory Board of elite coaches, professional and Olympic athletes, organization leaders, and academics who share PCA’s mission. PCA is proud to partner with more than 50 national governing bodies.

Birthplace: N/A
Residency: Mountain View, CA, USA

Link: Positive Coaching Alliance

Length: 1 min 40 sec
Theme: Motivation


0:01 
Competing with grace and integrity. That is a very important subject these days.

0:07 
There's lots of people that have comments on it. But we believe that PCA is that you always try to get that done. Opportunities are often gained or lost, because of how you present yourself whether or not somebody wants to even be around you. And so be thoughtful about that. Your personal brand is something that can be easily torn down and is super hard to build up. And so how you react to a loss or a bad call, or your kid's loss, or a bad call, is all part of your personal brand.

0:42  
So think about that, you know, how do I want to reflect on this am I going to be okay with my behavior, when I reflect on it in the car. Is my kid going to get an opportunity at the school he or she wants to go to based on their reactions to bad calls or how they interact with their teammates or people that are around them? And so again, your personal brand is a massively important way of what you leave behind, your legacy. It's important for all of us to be intentional with that. And again, you can't be thoughtful and intentional without actually preparing yourself for it.

1:17 
So before you go to the match, before your kid goes to the match, make sure your mind is right. And so you know that you're ready to overcome obstacles and you're ready to leave behind what you actually want to be proud of.