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23 things that will completely change your athlete’s attitude

Sports are hard enough to begin with. Then you throw in athletes moving away from home, trouble with coaches and teammates, and pressures to perform (or excel)… now sports really become hard. Too many athlete’s have broken attitudes.

And for you as a parent, are you confused about how to best help your athlete navigate the world of high level sports? You often feel the same emotions your athlete does (anxiety about games, disappointment, like the coach is being unfair & more). Is there anything you can do?

It is your job to teach them to handle adversity. You haven’t been able to help them build a strong mental game yet because you don’t understand how your athlete fits in to their sports world. Many naive but well-meaning parents say the wrong things, that end up hurting the athlete’s mental game. You might not know the first thing about what happens at your athlete’s sport… admitting is the first step.

The key benefits of this guide are:

  • insights to how to communicate with your athlete
  • a clearer understanding of what motivates your athlete
  • a picture of all the ways you can help your athlete become mentally strong

Parents of elite athletes have used the information in this guide to improve communication, better understand their athlete’s emotions, and look out for their athletes blindspots. It arms you with what you need to know about your athlete (and their sports situation) to truly help. This will in turn arm your athlete with a strong mental game.

You can download the Parents Guide for FREE.

Learn more about the most comprehensive approach to supporting your athlete.

This offer is free to you until December 1st, 2023.

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The Start My Mental Game Package offers the best information for parents to learn about their athletes through AthleteDISC. The Parents Guide contains everything you need to know about how to communicate with your athlete, understand their emotions, and look out for trouble. There are more resources included, find out more: