- Willingness to help your child be the best version of their self.
Sports hold the opportunity for our children to learn many of lifes lessons. These lessons come from the process of learning the sport and growing in the sport. We have to let our children walk through the process. Our actions teach them lessons. We, as parents, can get in the way of the process at times.
This short course is designed to give you insight on how you can help our children gain grit, resilience, make better decisions and find joy through their participation in their sport. Let's also have a conversation about how we sometimes help and hinder the learning process. As we have a conversation and share our experiences and thoughts everyone gains a greater perspective!
Let's jump in and start the conversation and share our perspectives.
Dr. George Hanshaw
Who this course is for:
- Youth Sport Organizations
- 02:40What to Expect From This Course
- 01:36Focus on these to support and grow performance
- 05:33Those inadvertent lessons
- 05:11The Long Drive Home
- 04:39Building Better Decision Making Skills
- 04:51Building Grit and Resilience
- 03:19Create a Mission to Achieve Excellence
- 02:15Be a Fan
Expanding the levels of human performance is my passion. Working with others to blast through perceived or real barriers in order to achieve ones potential is my mission. I hold a Master of Adult Education degree and a Doctor of Psychology in sports psychology. I have worked in the learning and human performance industry for over 15 years. I have a wide range of experience working with larger corporations such as Lockheed Martin Aeronautics, sports teams such as SoCal Rush soccer, and adjunct teaching for Purdue University. Enhancing performance is the constant goal for business organizations and sports organizations. My experience, education, and field of study gives me a unique insight to offer solutions for the organization or individual that often include immediate and sustained results.