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We often think of success as winning or having the best personal statistics, but the definition of success should be defined differently. Success is simply giving one’s all in the pursuit of a goal, not winning or being a star. Any player who reaches close to their potential through hard work should be considered successful.
One goal of youth coaches is to get this definition of success across to players. Once kids understand that success is not all about winning or being great, they can relax and have the fun they set out to have.
There is no better way to be remembered than to teach life lessons that will help players long after they stop playing sports.
Coaches, who define success correctly, help kids learn a solid work ethic and help kids feel satisfied with their effort levels are priceless role models.
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