Tag Archives: Coaching

Prosperity & Abundance

Prosperity & Abundance “Once you change your definition of abundance to reflect its true nature, you will be able to perceive it instantly and without the acquisition of anything. It will put you in the flow of abundance, and will enable you to manifest it easily in whatever form or shape you desire. Until you… The post Prosperity & Abundance appeared first on BayArt.

Live your Calling – Find your Lifestyle

Live your Calling – Find your Lifestyle The sheet below is meant to help you get a clear sense into how it is to live your calling, how your day-to-day life should/will be like and to clean out limiting beliefs so you can empower your life and live exactly what you came here to live…… The post Live your Calling – Find your Lifestyle appeared first on BayArt.

How can we prove that we are not just our brains? Q&A

How can we prove that we are not just our brains? Q&A Q: I believe in the Law of Attraction and that we’re consciousness having this physical experience, but how can we be 100% sure that we aren’t just our body and brain ? Couldn’t we say that we are just a brain experiencing life?… The post How can we prove that we are not just our brains? Q&A appeared first on BayArt.

“No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it”

“No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it”, Albert Einstein For everyone that is facing challenges in their circumstances, know that those “problems” are blessings in disguise! When seen under the right perspective, they will be the permission slips you need to raise your consciousness level, to become more… The post “No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it” appeared first on BayArt.

What exists beyond my thoughts? – Practice

Practice for the day: “What exists beyond my thoughts?” State the discover of it your intention for the day, focus your attention often in “What exists beyond your thoughts”, wonder, rest in there, shift from the small mind to the God you are. Your day will unfold perfectly Reminder: Not a single thought exists in… The post What exists beyond my thoughts? – Practice appeared first on BayArt.

I’ve finally left a 10 year job that’s been sucking the life out of me … Q&A

Q: “I’ve finally made the commitment to leave a 10 year job that’s been slowly (or not so slowly) sucking the life out of me. Yet I’m afraid to leave….” A: “Now your life will truly begin! Those ten years in that job played their part, it was a journey that brought you here, the… The post I’ve finally left a 10 year job that’s been sucking the life out of me … Q&A appeared first on BayArt.

Your mind will always be telling stories

Your mind will always be telling stories. Repeating endless tales based on thoughts and beliefs of a past that no longer exists, projecting the same “future” you have been living all the way. Become aware that it is not you who is telling the stories, you exist as the observer of all the stories that…

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Keys To Keeping Your Young Athletes Focused

By Gary Schwind

So you’ve signed up to coach youth sports. That’s a good thing, but don’t expect it to be easy just because you’re not coaching a professional team. Youth sports poses an entirely different set of challenges. One of those challenges is keeping your players focused – particularly if you’re coaching a younger age group. It’s not unusual to see players sit down in the middle of a game, or look for bugs, or to do something that looks like yoga. Here are some tips for maintaining the focus of your players no matter what sport you coach.

Learn About Your Less-Focused Players

This one seems like a given, and it is. You won’t have any choice but to get to know your players throughout the season. However, with those players that are easily distracted, it is even more important to find out about their habits. Find out their favorite characters or superheroes, and tell them that they are saving the day by doing what they are supposed to do. Find out what piques their interest and gets them engaged. More importantly, when you find out what engages those players, incorporate those things into practices and games.

Remind Players Of The Reward At The End Of The Season

A lot has been said on the topic of participation trophies. The debate about participation trophies has been hashed out endlessly on sports-talk radio. One thing that you will find – especially with players younger than 10 – is that the trophy or medal at the end of the season really does mean something. Younger players are excited to get to the end of the season to collect the trophy. Use that end-of-season award (pizza parties are as good a motivator as medals and trophies) as motivation for your younger players. Remind them that if they want that award, they have to keep playing throughout the season.

Be Creative

It is especially difficult to keep players focused during practice. Even if practice only happens for an hour once a week, players can easily lose focus because the competition is less intense in practice. Creativity will help to keep your players focused during these practices. Come up with drills that seem more like games while still getting your players to practice the fundamentals of the sport. If you find your players are having a hard time focusing in practice, then go off script. Come up with some activity (races always help in this case) that will engage your players again.

Let Your Players Find Their Natural Position

You’ve probably had a job where you were misplaced, whether you were with the wrong company, or just in the wrong position at your company. In that case, you probably found yourself much more motivated when you felt like you were in the correct position to make the most of your strengths. The same goes with youth sports. With older kids in particular, you’ll find that certain players are good at certain positions. They may even tell you the position they prefer to play. Take that to heart, and let your player excel in a position where you see his or her strengths. You’ll see that the motivation of a player is greater if his or her skills are being optimized.

Keys To Keeping Your Young Athletes Focused

By Gary Schwind

So you’ve signed up to coach youth sports. That’s a good thing, but don’t expect it to be easy just because you’re not coaching a professional team. Youth sports poses an entirely different set of challenges. One of those challenges is keeping your players focused – particularly if you’re coaching a younger age group. It’s not unusual to see players sit down in the middle of a game, or look for bugs, or to do something that looks like yoga. Here are some tips for maintaining the focus of your players no matter what sport you coach.

Learn About Your Less-Focused Players

This one seems like a given, and it is. You won’t have any choice but to get to know your players throughout the season. However, with those players that are easily distracted, it is even more important to find out about their habits. Find out their favorite characters or superheroes, and tell them that they are saving the day by doing what they are supposed to do. Find out what piques their interest and gets them engaged. More importantly, when you find out what engages those players, incorporate those things into practices and games.

Remind Players Of The Reward At The End Of The Season

A lot has been said on the topic of participation trophies. The debate about participation trophies has been hashed out endlessly on sports-talk radio. One thing that you will find – especially with players younger than 10 – is that the trophy or medal at the end of the season really does mean something. Younger players are excited to get to the end of the season to collect the trophy. Use that end-of-season award (pizza parties are as good a motivator as medals and trophies) as motivation for your younger players. Remind them that if they want that award, they have to keep playing throughout the season.

Be Creative

It is especially difficult to keep players focused during practice. Even if practice only happens for an hour once a week, players can easily lose focus because the competition is less intense in practice. Creativity will help to keep your players focused during these practices. Come up with drills that seem more like games while still getting your players to practice the fundamentals of the sport. If you find your players are having a hard time focusing in practice, then go off script. Come up with some activity (races always help in this case) that will engage your players again.

Let Your Players Find Their Natural Position

You’ve probably had a job where you were misplaced, whether you were with the wrong company, or just in the wrong position at your company. In that case, you probably found yourself much more motivated when you felt like you were in the correct position to make the most of your strengths. The same goes with youth sports. With older kids in particular, you’ll find that certain players are good at certain positions. They may even tell you the position they prefer to play. Take that to heart, and let your player excel in a position where you see his or her strengths. You’ll see that the motivation of a player is greater if his or her skills are being optimized.

Are You Invested More In Your Past Than In Your Future?

Why do we allow fear to stop us from breaking free off our past and creating the future we deeply desire. I talk to loads of people every week. Usually they “say” they want their life to be different and yet … Continue reading →