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Teaching Sportsmanship

TEACHING SPORTSMANSHIP “Raising a classy kid” Bjorn Borg was one of the most dominating tennis players in this last half-century winning 62 career singles titles that included 11 [...]

Am I a Sore Loser loser?

Am I A Sore Loser? If I’m angry, upset, and disappointed after a big loss, does that make me a poor loser? Losing a really big game, match or race, or falling short of a critically [...]

Championship Goal Setting

Championship Goal Setting Let’s say that you want to go on a road trip for your vacation. Would you just simply pack up your things, hop in the car and then take off without having a clue [...]

Busting Out of a Slump

PERFORMANCE SLUMPS have many causes. Sometimes a bad experience, tough loss or a time when you choked can set the slump cycle in motion. In many sports, an injury or near miss can trigger a [...]

Sharpen the Saw

What Does It Mean to Sharpen the Saw? Every time you face an opponent, you have the opportunity to “Sharpen the saw.” “Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first [...]


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