Eating Curveballs for Breakfast - Stacie Mahoe
By Stacie Mahoe
A podcast about developing personal power and activating excellence in yourself and others ... and doing so with grace, simplicity, and ease to boot 💕
(this description was updated in Jan 2020, episode 83)
(this description was updated in Jan 2020, episode 83)
87: Not knowing the answer and still gaining trust as a leader
Sometimes we’re afraid to admit we don’t know what to do or don’t have all the answers or don’t know what the next best step is. But what if that’s okay? I share more on this in this episode. Enjoy!
September 2, 2020
86: Rocky Garza on living a life you believe in
Rocky is a husband, father, and business owner who helps businesses/teams strengthen their culture and connection through a process called identity mapping. Through this same process, he helps individuals discover the conviction and confidence they need to build the life they want and believe in. Rocky shares what lead him here, lessons learned through life, common issues human beings (and companies) face without the understanding of who they truly are, ONE thing he's clear about and focused on so he can make this year better than last, what you need to give yourself, and more ... Connect with Rocky ... Sent a text message to 4696498441 Web: www.rockygarza.com/beknown IG: instagram.com/rockygarza/ FB: facebook.com/rockygarza Linked in: Rocky Garza
March 4, 2020
85: Power of Words with Coach Reed Maltbie
Got to chat with Coach Reed for an interview for Impact Nation. Thought you'd enjoy this conversation about the power of our words as parents, coaches, teachers, leaders, how it affects the brain, the emotional state, your relationships, the performance of those you lead. Plus a super simple, yet powerful, shift you can make in your language and communication immediately. All of that is in this episode for you! Learn more about the tools Coach Reed mentions in this episode at https://www.raisetheirgame.com/positive-discipline-tools-for-coaches
February 10, 2020
84: Teaching Excellence
Teaching excellence and an obstacle that we can run into as leaders, coaches, parents, etc. This episode was inspired by a conversation I had with a leader who was experiencing frustration and concern in this process with their athlete because the athlete was becoming rather discouraged.
February 4, 2020
83: You don’t need more time, you need less
My best tips for maximizing your time and energy when you have a full schedule, a busy life, a ton in your plate, and “not enough time in a day” to get it all done.
January 15, 2020
82: 2019 in Review, Lessons Learned, Tips for you, and some invites :)
Reflecting back over the past year and beyond and well as the past week, sharing some ideas, some concepts, some lessons learned, some works of encouragement that have been incredibly helpful for me and I hope they will be for you too. Enjoy!
December 9, 2019
81: The Magic of Being Yourself
Heyyyy, happy 2019! Just popping in to share updates and lessons learned so far this year :)
March 27, 2019
80: Heading to IL for Best Season Ever
This Hawai`i girl is heading into the frozen-ness of the mainland US to be part of some epic events! BUT, as you can imagine, things don’t always go perfectly when heading into these kinds of things. So, listen in to hear about the attitude adjustment I needed to give myself and what that has to do with you :) Enjoy!
December 5, 2018
79: What if it was "easy?"
Making the tough stuff feel "easier."
November 1, 2018
78: Easy roads, Talent, and Band-Aid Fixes
Just sharing some thoughts on a few topics that popped up today. Hope you enjoy this episode, feel free to connect with me at facebook.com/coachstacie
October 26, 2018
77: Lessons Learned This Summer
Twists, turns, ups, downs, bumps in the road, and all worth it. So thankful for these real life lessons. Enjoy!
August 2, 2018
76: Multisport Athletes & "Commitment"
Sharing some thoughts on the state of youth sports today, what it means for multisport athletes, interesting perspectives I heard shared as well as the questions and thoughts it sparked in my brain. Enjoy! :)
July 10, 2018
75: What a day! You inspire me
No notes. No summary. Everything I have to say today is in the episode. Press play :)
June 30, 2018
74: Making Your Success INEVITABLE
Words lf wisdom that got me thinking. Sharing with you so you can figure out what you need to do to set yourself up for success and make achieving your most important goals inevitable. Good stuff :) StacieMahoe.com, Facebook.com/staciemahoe
June 28, 2018
73: Coaches Impact on Performance
Recurring themes that I've seen coming up again and again as I connect with, and talk to, sports parents. Breaking down some misconceptions about the college recruiting journey, a common issue that blocks performance for some athletes, some mindset shifts around these areas. Plus, various ways I'm here to support you through this incredible, but not always easy journey
June 26, 2018
72: Short chat with sports siblings
I took a few minutes to ask my younger kids about sports and how they feel about their older siblings being involved in sports. Heres what they had to say ...
June 15, 2018
71: How to have a great season
Simple exercise you can to do lay the foundation for actually having the great season you really want. This one is short and sweet. Enjoy!
June 14, 2018
70: Whatever you do, don't tear a muscle
My expeience with a torn calf, thoughts on training and mindset, mistakes made, and why I've been a little MIA :)
June 13, 2018
69: Inspired by WCWS
Wow! What a series. Congrats to FSU! There was history made, there were so many wonderful moments shared, so many wonderful conversations started because of the WCWS. You'll hear about heart, effort, coaching, leadership, pitch calling, Kelly Inouye-Perez's awesome video with tips for coaches and more! Enjoy
June 6, 2018
68: Gordon Maclelland from Parents in Sport
Fun chat with Gordon Maclelland from the UK, CEO of WWPIS (Working With Parents in Sport)! I enjoyed hearing Gordon's perspective on being a sports parent, the experience that sparked the development of the Parents in Sport website, who he feels the greatest influence is in a child's youth sports experience, some tips on what to do when your child makes mistakes and/or doesn't seem to be giving their very best effort, and all kinds of other great concepts for parents to keep in mind as we navigate this competitive world of sports with our children. Visit Gordon's website at https://www.parentsinsport.co.uk/
June 4, 2018
67: Playing to win vs playing not to lose
Read an interview featuring Coach Matt Lisle and his thoughts on giving athletes permission to fail in order to help them succeed and that sparked the thoughts shared in this episode. Playing to win, playing to not to lose, and how that relates to fear based "motivation" vs the alternative. Kept it short and sweet for this one! Enjoy and also check out the article I'm referencing at https://inside.heja.io/permission-to-fail-how-to-help-young-athletes-succeed-7b5525752e12
May 30, 2018
66: Unexpected Opportunities
I have a 2017 grad and a daughter scheduled to graduate in 2019. Who would've thought that I'd be filling out a FAFSA for a new college student in 2018? My daughter, who graduated last year, and decided to go to work instead of college, now had another chance to possibly get back on the mat and become a collegiate athlete. We shall see where this goes 🙂
May 29, 2018
65: Taking a Stand When Coaches Are Out of Line
Such great discussions and insights shared today on FB on this exact topic. I'm bringing some thoughts here for you to ponder and reflect on as you aim to have a powerfully positive impact in our world :)
May 25, 2018
64: Jenny Topping from Gold Medal Training
Lefty catcher, Olympic Gold Medalist, and NPF Champion, Jenny Topping, joins us for an amazing discussion on ... - coaching female athletes - her favorite exercises in the gym - what it takes to play at the highest level - fear based coaching and the alternatives - safe sport and why she feels it's a must for coaches - rethinking athleticism and the need to be better than everyone else - empowering the players we lead - responding positively to mistakes ... and a whole lot of other key concepts that not too many people are talking about in our community. Jenny is SO spot on with her insights and I am super excited to share our chat with you
May 21, 2018
63: Are you looking for reasons why you CAN? Or ...?
What are you looking for? Because whatever it is, there's a good chance you'll find it! More on that here :) Enjoy!
May 18, 2018
62: What it's like to be a student of the game
Why I loved taking pitches, what I was learning, a simple thing hitters can do to improve their pitch indentification, digging deep into learning processes, developing a FEEL for the game, the thing that disrupts that, and more! Enjoy
May 17, 2018
61: Belief, experience, unconvincing self talk, sharing goals
When you find yourself in situations you're uncertain about, finding positive self talk statements that you actually believe in can be a bit tricky. Here are some ideas on how to navigate that, plus thoughts on new expeiences, letting yourself dream, sharing goals, and are you using these positively focused concepts in helpful ways? Or are you just making excuses? Hmmmm ... lots to think about as I invite you to do some of the gut checks I've been doing recently :) Enjoy!
May 15, 2018
60: Inspiration and accountability in youth sports
Thoughts on "we need to set high standards" and "we need to hold kids accountable."
May 15, 2018
59: Softball Strategy to Take or Not to Take?
Taking pitches, calling pitches, short term vs long term
May 10, 2018
58: Motivation Monday FOR Athletes
Short and sweet, this one is for athletes. What if every day was game day? Please excuse the audio, hopefully you're able to hear it well enough. Enjoy! :)
May 8, 2018
57: Youth athlete's fear of disappontment
Youth athletes and their fear of possibly disappointing people they love most, lets make this a non-issue.
May 6, 2018
56: 3 Takeaways from FB LIVE with Olesya from Mind Over Body
Olesya Wilson from Mind Over Body talked with Coach Jenn Starkey about what's going on INSIDE the body of the female athlete. In this episode you'll hear 3 of my takeaways, the question a chiropractor had about all my kids, thoughts on high pressure tactics for high level performance, and a whole bunch more. Enjoy this episode and watch Olesya's whole interview at https://www.facebook.com/coachstacie/posts/10160540279865624 :)
May 4, 2018
55: Lessons Learned in College
Lessons learned in college. Things to know as you head into it. What it means and what to do when you find yourself firmly outside of your comfort zone and/or things arent going the way you want. What happened when I missed a bunch of ground balls in practice one day, and more. Enjoy!
May 4, 2018
54: Gratitude, attitude, and impact on your team
The reminder life gave me about gratitude. Thoughts on trying, failing, learning, when the take chances, when to play smart, your attitude about all that and the effect it has on your team AND, possibly, your coaches decisions on whether or not to play you :)
May 3, 2018
53: Shout out to Jocelyn Alo + getting through tough stuff
Shout out to Jocelyn Alo who, as of this episode, leads the NCAA DI in HRs as a true freshman. Plus, getting through tough stuff and the families that inspired me this week :)
May 1, 2018
52: Fear, Trust, Confidence, and Leadership
Get some additonal insights sparked by a conversation with Coach Christen and Coach Jenn. Thoughts on fear, trust, developing confidence, and some truth about leadership inspired by Wayne Goldsmith and his book, "Leading Without Leading."
April 28, 2018
51: What's the rush? Do you have big picture patience?
Really though, what's the rush. We tend to be in such a hurry about everything and it's not helping. Plus, how can you create a positive result with negativity?
April 26, 2018
50: Interview with Rene Longoria from Gameday Coffee!
Fun chat with Rene Longoria from Gameday Coffee which is a company that promotes positive, encouraging connection within families. They believe that conversations of courage can take place over a simple cup of coffee on the day of a game, match, performance, recital or meet. In this episode, we touch upon why Gameday coffee got started, Muhammad Ali, karate, the concept of TIME and how much we really have (or don't), family matters, fathers and the staggering statistic that moved Rene and is a big part of his WHY for being involved with the mission at Gameday Coffee. We talked about getting through the tough stuff of life, the importance of connection within families, the curveball business threw at Rene, why a law firm wanted to partner with Gameday Coffee, and quite a bit more. I know this all sounds very serious, but we actually laughed quite a bit in this episode. I hope you do too! Visit Gamedaycoffee.org https://www.facebook.com/gamedaycoffee24/
April 25, 2018
49: Interview with Ken Olsen from Fastpitch NW
Ken Olsen from Fastpitch NW talks college recruiting. He shares some insights on what student-athletes and parents need to keep in mind as they go through this experience, the biggest mistakes he sees families making, what coaches are looking for outside of the basics of skill and grades, advice for players who really want to play in college, but aren't getting much attention yet, and more. Enjoy! Visit Fastpitch NW online at FastpitchNW.com
April 24, 2018
48: College recruiting & pressure in youth sports
Hot topic of the month is college recruiting, especially with what's going on with NCAA rules and regulations. Thoughts on exposure and pressure in our world of youtg sports and how WE can help our athlete(s) through it, that's what's in this episode for you :)
April 23, 2018
47: Underestimated & Underrated
Two things that are greatly underestimated and underrated in our society are joy and play. This comes on the heels of our FB LIVE interview with Coach Reed Maltbie from Changing the Game Project. I just wanted to highlight a few things that came up in that interview as well as dive a little deeper into a couple key concepts, like that one of CONNECTION. In this episode, you'll find out what some of the missing pieces may be when it comes to building that connection we need to be effective leaders in their lives as well as some thoughts that can help you maximize the value of play and joy in this journey of sports and life.
April 20, 2018
46: The Super Power of Sports Parents
Athlete's attitudes aren't the only ones that matter. In this episode, we talk about some common sports parent pitfalls, how to avoid them, and what one of your greatest assets is as a parent. Are you making the most of this super power? Find out in this episode :)
April 18, 2018
45: The loss that inspired me
It's not just winnkng efforts that inspire. This weekend, I was actually inspired by a losing situation, and not just a loss, but a mercy rule loss. That might sound strange, but I think you'll understand once you hear why. Plus, you'll get to hear about a new addition to our family (that I honestly was trying to avoid) and how this new addition is growing on me :)
April 18, 2018
44: Curveballs for breakfast, lunch, and dinner
It's Thursday, but the universe seems to think it's curveballs galore day. Even my recording of this episode had an unexpected interruption which you'll hear about. Plus, a few tips on what to do and what not to do when a plethora of curveballs come your way all in one day. Happy Thursday!
April 12, 2018
42: How to make decisions for greatest positive impact
The one simple filter that can help you make solid choices and impact your team, or your child, in positive ways. How adults often get this twisted. And some thoughts to consider on overcoming adversity and struggle. Enjoy!
April 12, 2018
43: one day late WWW
What's Wonderful Wednesday: one day late. This is what happens when uou do everything except press the "publish" button. *eek* I hope you enjoy the invitation for you in this episode and the words on encouragement dealing with less than ideal circumstances. How are you responding when things don't go the way you want? And what's the impact that makes on your child/team?
April 12, 2018
41: Focus, negativity, mindset, gifts, and more
Reminders that came up for me on this fine Monday. How you can be more solution oriented rathee than going down the rabbit hole of worry and problems and fear and negativity. You'll hear how one word can help change that. Plus, hear some words of encouragement about your gifts, the value of using them, and the issue some athletes run into when it comes to what they're great at :)
April 10, 2018
40: What no one is saying about participation trophies and 8th place ribbons
There had been a LOT said about participation trophies and 8th place ribbons, but THIS side of the issue rarely gets attention. For further consideration, check out the blog post published way back in 2015 on this very same issue: http://staciemahoe.com/2015/08/19/participation-trophies-are-not-the-problem/ Feel free to leave a comment there with your thoughts :)
April 6, 2018
39: Getting into the Mental Sweet Spot with Melanie Rushing
Always fun and energetic, Melanie Rushing joins us for a chat on how to improve your mental game for optimal performance on and off the field. Melanie gives us the some simple ways to improve your mental game and her favorite tools any athlete can start using TODAY. We also get to hear about her experiences in sports and as well as and what she felt was the missing piece all the way up until her junior year in college! She tells us about how she got on the mental game train, the books she recommends to athletes, what she was studying before she got her Masters in Sports Psychology (it wasn't even regular psychology!), and a challenging experience she's been through recently. For additional mental training resources and to connect with Melanie online visit https://www.mentalsweetspot.com/ Join her free Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mentalsweetspotcoaches/ Watch her videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtTFTAt5yfnq6Odlfr4
April 5, 2018
38: Olympic Gold Medalist Leah O'brien Amico
Ahhh, what an amazing conversation with 3x Olympic Gold Medalist, sports mom, ESPN Analyst, and Christian Athlete, Leah O'brien Amico! Learn about her journey in fastpitch softball from how it all started to getting recruited for college to competing in the Olympics to sharing her skills and knowledge with young players now. I asked Leah what she loved most about playing (including favorite position and favorite spot to hit in the lineup). So you'll get to hear that :) We even jumped into family, how she met her husband, how she became a woman of faith, what she both loves, and finds challenging about being a mom of 3 boys, and so much more! This episode is jam packed with fun stories, great lessons, and Leah's contagious energy. Enjoy
April 4, 2018
37: Interview with Val Selby Sports Mom, Coach, Fire Wife
Join us for a chat with Val Selby who is a former athlete, sports mom to grown children, track coach, fire wife, and business owner. We cover all kinds of ground in this episode! We dove into the challenges and joys of being a sports mom, things she would have done differently, the biggest challenges she faced (including injury to her child), the adjustment to being a coach, dealing with multi-sport athletes on a team, what it's like to be a fire wife, how Val supports other fire wives in her business, and more! Enjoy
April 3, 2018
36: Motivation Monday & a challenge for you
Can you answer this ONE question honestly? Are you willing to get real with yourself about it or are you trying to avoid the truth?
April 3, 2018
35: Diamond Dating Rules :)
Fun episode on this Happy Aloha Friday (aka Just for Fun Friday). We always talk about how lessons in softball apply to life, right? Well, in this episode you'll hear about how a friend and I came up with "rules" for dating based upon softball. We refer to them as the Diamond Dating Rules. Granted, you may not need these for yourself, but you may have children that are at the age where they're beginning to get into relationships. While these may not really be the "rules" you set for them, it could be a fun way to break the ice for a conversation on the topic and/or a lighthearted way to remind them of important things to consider along the way :)
March 30, 2018
34: That time when Monday lacked motivation
When "positive people" have bad days. This is what it can feel like and this is what I realized, remembered, did, grew in, learned in the process :)
March 29, 2018
33: How to develop positive attitude and body language in athletes
Great question about body language and attitude came in to the FB page. Hear thoughts on this aspect of the game and what to do about it in this episode of the podcast. Find out where we sometimes go wrong as adults leading our children/team and some ideas on what we can do instead. Enjoy!
March 27, 2018
32: Monday Motivation for Athletes Play Time Truth
An aspect of playing time some athletes overlook and why it's in your best interest to keep showing up and keep kicking butt even if your coach doesn't notice.
March 27, 2018
31: How to find solutions amidst a jam packed schedule
Simple success tip on how to find solutions amidst a demanding sports family schedule. Enjoy!
March 24, 2018
30: Interview with Christen Shefchunas - Confidence Coach
Confidence coach to Olympic athletes, Christen Shefchunas, talks about fear, failure, parents' impact on confidence, a tool an Olympic swimmer used to combat fear on the biggest stage of her life and more. I had so much fun doing this interview, enjoy!
March 22, 2018
29: That time that *I* was the one who needed an attitude adjustment
When the curevballs pile up and you wake up frustrated, overwhelmed, stressed ... yup, sometimes I'm the one that needs an attitude adjustment. Here's what helped, just in case it can help you too :)
March 21, 2018
28: You want to be successful? Do this ...
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
March 20, 2018
27: Interview with Ian Jones founder of Top Recruit
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.
March 19, 2018
26: Multiple sports isn't the only way to not specialize :)
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 :)
March 16, 2018
25: MashUp of parental attitudes, adjustments, confidence, and more :)
Fun mashup episode on attitudes, what really matters, goals, confidence, perspective, getting your child to do stuff, other peoples opinions, and more. Enjoy!
March 15, 2018
24: When other people annoy you *eek* 😬
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!
March 14, 2018
23: Interview with Joy Acaso Parent/Child Relationships
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 :)
March 13, 2018
22: At what age can my child start lifting?
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 :)
March 12, 2018
21: Parenting Rant
The illusion of easy, feeling like failure, mommy guilt, and the truth that you are NOT at all alone
March 9, 2018
20: Seeing gifts within disadvantages
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 :)
March 8, 2018
19: How to help your child get the most out of the training the put in on their own time
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!
March 7, 2018
18: Interview - Sports Mom, Teacher, Businesswoman Georgia Pinto
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
March 6, 2018
17: Monday MashUp #1
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!
March 5, 2018
16: What does luck have to do with it?
“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 :)
March 2, 2018
15: Making a positive impression on coaches
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 ❤️
March 1, 2018
14: A Mix of Thoughts: adjustments, wrinkles, and rain
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 :)
February 28, 2018
13: Learning to do things you don't like
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)
February 27, 2018
12: Are you doing this?
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 :)
February 26, 2018
11: Curveball of the day
The curveball that came my way the very day I decided to change the name of this podcast! How fitting on day one of Eating Curveballs for Breakfast :)
February 23, 2018
10: The Pressure to Get It Right
Hey Sports Mom! Have you ever felt like every decision you make has so much riding on it? Or that every \u201cwin\u201d or \u201closs\u201d 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 \u2764\ufe0f
February 23, 2018
Competitive? Remember this!
When it comes to competitive athletics there seems to be a disconnect on a very important element. If you\u2019re striving for peak performance or want your children to be able to compete at a high level, this is a must listen.
February 21, 2018
8: Wisdom from Kathy Feinstein
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 \u2764\ufe0f
February 20, 2018
Struggling? Here’s some hope!
Recently, I\u2019ve been hearing lots of moms express concern over their child\u2019s struggle as they transition into a new season of life. Maybe it\u2019s new team, or a new level of competition that\u2019s 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 \u2764\ufe0f
February 15, 2018
Massive Mistake I Made
Aloha Sports Mom! In this episode I share a massive mistake I made as a mom. It\u2019s 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 \u2764\ufe0f
February 13, 2018
Why I’m not into “self care”
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\u2019m not really into \u201cself care\u201d and what I AM more interesting in and working on instead. I\u2019d LOVE to hear your thoughts! Message me at facebook.com/coachstacie or email email@example.com OR just tweet me @staciemahoe :)
February 12, 2018
5 Tip to Help You Stress Less
Hey Sports Moms! Listen to this episode for 5 simples tips you can start using TODAY to feel less stressed amidst the demands of the youth sports experience.
February 10, 2018
Simple as 1-2-3 Sports Mom
3 powerful sports mom tips you can use DAILY with your child. This episode is short and sweet, raw and real, and packs a punch. Enjoy!
February 8, 2018
Sports Moms this is for you!
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!
February 7, 2018
When coaches steal the joy
Youth Sports: When coaches suck the joy out of the game • Part 2 of episode 1!
February 6, 2018