Youth Sports: Inspiration and encouragement for parents. Too often parents are feeling pressure, stress, overwhelm, and tension within their own family. We help you combat that through simple success principles that allow you to fully embrace your child, love them as is, and enjoy the process of helping them reach their biggest goals and wildest dreams. Cheering you on as you take the curves life throws and hit them out of the park!
Facebook post this week revealed something I didn't know and another one delivered a short and sweet, but powerful message on something you need to do if you want to be successful. Straight talk from a mentor of mine that I appreciate so much that I am passing along to you today. Enjoy
We're talking with Ian Jones, founder of Top Recruit. You get a peek into how Top Recruit came about, some of the early struggles the company faced, as well as where they're headed. Plus, Ian shares some really cool insights from his experiences as a kid, as an athlete, in the world of college recruiting, and in business.
Real talk: feeling frustrated and irritated with other people and what helped me in this most recent incident when I was feeling annoyed because other people just don't "get it!" This curveball doesn't have to ruin the rest of your day!
Super fun chat with sports mom Joy Acaso, who is a parent/child relationship expert here to help us strengthen and build our relationship with our child. We talk about WHY this is important, various ways we inadvertently break down our relationships, and ways we can do better :)
There's lots of talk about early specialization, but there seems to be some confusion about how that actually looks and what the real issues are. Some families are still going down the early specialization road. Others are going in the opposite direction. Neither end seems to grasp the concept. This episode includes additional thoughts on each end of the spectrum as well as ideas to keep in mind as you're going through this journey with your children and trying to figure out the "right way" to do this. Don't overcomplicate it :)
W00t! Hot topic! When can kids start lifting weights? In this episode, you will hear about some factors that many don't think to consider when they ask me how old our kids are as a way to determine whether or not their child is "old enough" to start lifting :)
Quoting Napoleon Hill in this episode and sharing stories of disadvantages turned into advantages. Is there evidence of this in your life that you can think of? Is there a situation in which you're feeling discouraged or frustrated? This episode of hope is for you :)
Great athletes often go above and beyond what’s required at practice and competition. Most are putting in extra training on their own time. In this episode, you’ll hear thoughts on how to maximize that extra training and get the most out of it in a way that’s less stressful and more enjoyable for both parents and athletes. Enjoy!
Great conversation with sports mom, teacher, and business owner Georgia Pinto. She talks about positivity and growth mindset while sharing the biggest curve ball life's thrown at her. Georgia talks about both the toughest and most valuable parts of that major curveball. Plus, she tells us about the best part of running her wine business amidst being a mom of many hats. TONS of great insights shared in this meet up, so much that we went well beyond our original 30 minute plan! Enjoy
Welcome to the first ever Monday MashUp episode with clips on various topics. In this one, you'll hear about my curveball of the day, when officials make bad calls, and the thing that most athletes (and parents) are overlooking. Enjoy!
“You’re so lucky!” Have you ever had anyone say that about you or your child? This is both fine by me and frustrating to me all at once lol. In this episode, you’ll hear some thoughts on this “you’re so lucky” mentality, how it’s an advantage to you when someone else has it, how it’s holding you back if you have it, and the truth about most of us when it comes to this line of thought :)
Find out how you can make a positive impression on coaches in ways that don't depend on your sports skill or physical talent ot strength or speed. Listen in for "non-sports-skill" ways to set yourself apart and stand out in a crowd ❤️
Hey Sports Moms! Something a little different for you in this episode. It's a mix of a few short audios on making adjustments, rain, peace & quiet, unexpected wrinkles, live stream request denied, and having a child who makes mistakes. Have fun with this one. Let me know how you like the mix and matched format :)
There’s a massive misconception about having to do things you don’t like doing. We tend to take this concept out of context and communicate it in a way that isn’t helpful. In this episode, you’ll find out where we’re focusing on the wrong thing, how we can adjust that focus, as well as the context in which this valuable life lesson really “works.” (quote mentioned in this episode come from the James Altucher podcast)
It’s interesting right? We are always looking for some new strategy or tactic or hack that will help us improve our life or our productivity or our results in some way. And yet, often times, if we just do what’s in this episode, we can make positive changes NOW. Listen in to find out the simplest, totally doable way to uplevel your life, or your performance as an athlete, immediately :)
Hey Sports Mom! Have you ever felt like every decision you make has so much riding on it? Or that every “win” or “loss” your child experiences has your emotions on a roller coaster? If the pressure of this journey has ever weighed heavily on your mind, this episode is for you ❤️
When it comes to competitive athletics there seems to be a disconnect on a very important element. If you’re striving for peak performance or want your children to be able to compete at a high level, this is a must listen.
Kathy Feinstein, host of the Parenting Peak Performers podcast, stops by the drop some knowledge bombs for sports parents. Kathy is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Certified Sport Performance Consultant. She shares awesome tips for helping your child grow into their very best. We talk about knowing when to push and when to back off, red flags for sports parents to look out for, and mistakes we learned valuable lessons from so that you can steer clear of common pitfalls as you go through this amazing youth sports journey with your children ❤️
Recently, I’ve been hearing lots of moms express concern over their child’s struggle as they transition into a new season of life. Maybe it’s new team, or a new level of competition that’s has disrupted the status quo. This can leave both parent and child feeling frustrated, worried, and uncertain. I wanted to offer some words of hope and encouragement for times such as this ❤️
Aloha Sports Mom! In this episode I share a massive mistake I made as a mom. It’s one that added stress and pressure to my life while also creating unnecessary tension between myself and my own children (who I love very much) which brought more grief into my life. I also share how things are different now and the shift that made it happen ❤️
Aloha Sports Moms! Self care is a hot topic right now, especially for women and, even more so for moms. But here is why I’m not really into “self care” and what I AM more interesting in and working on instead. I’d LOVE to hear your thoughts! Message me at facebook.com/coachstacie or email firstname.lastname@example.org OR just tweet me @staciemahoe :)
Introducing 3 amazing women and the support thy provide that I am so grateful this morning. Every single one of these ladies and their services are dedicated to YOU sports mom. Meet Janis, Beth, and Shaki and find out where you can connect with all of us for real life support, encouragement, and inspiration every single day!