You haven't heard of A Coach's Diary?
You must not be on social media much because Reggie Bibb and A Coach's Diary are everywhere these days and with good reason. Coach Bibb is spreading a positive, powerful, and productive message to help and inspire athletes, coaches, and parents all over the world.
Get ready! This is a powerful 15-minute huddle with practical wisdom for you and your family.
Reggie and I discuss...
- Who he is, what he does, and why he does it.
- How A Coach's Diary got started.
- How much influence do you think the parent's EXAMPLE (versus just talking) has on their athlete?
- We talk about one of Reggie's post from A Coach's Diary
WISDOM is doing NOW what you will be happy with later.
STAY READY and STAY PREPARED so that you don’t have to rush to get ready.
Don’t be lazy.
Don’t be complacent.
Don’t be passive.
Don’t be inactive.
Don’t be a procrastinator.
BE who you want to become.
Have the HABITS and live the LIFESTYLE of who you want to be so that when your opportunities come, you are ready.
You never know when you are going to get your big opportunity, so stay ready for it by the way that you live and your habits.
- Some ways parents can encourage their athletes (and themselves) to stay ready....particularly mentally ready.
- Advice/tips would you give our sports moms/parents as they help their athletes navigate their own sports journey.
Meet Reggie Bibb
I am a husband, father, coach, and daddy-coach. I began my coaching career at the small college level, and I have coached kids from 2 years old, to middle school, high school, and beyond.
I am currently an assistant principal at a 5th and 6th-grade campus, and I coach my three daughters in all of their sports, including soccer, basketball, softball, football, and tennis.
I started this blog as a place to collect my notes, articles, and thoughts on coaching, basketball, and leadership.
CONTINUE THE HUDDLE
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If you have a question about today’s episode (or want to ask a question of your own for the podcast), you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or head on over to the Sports Moms United Facebook Community