09 Mar 231. Athletes Model What They See | Kyle Abshire | Carrizo Springs HS
Your family isn’t just your blood relatives or your spouse. Your family is also your friends, your co-workers, and, your athletes. Having a team that acts like a family means that everyone is valued, and everyone has a place in the program. When we focus on inclusion and togetherness, other values like hard work and competition are easier to drive home.
In this episode, head football coach Kyle Abshire of Carizo Springs High School talks us through building a family atmosphere where everyone is valued, as well as providing other great advice about learning from mentors and modeling mistakes.
Key Takeaways: -Build a family atmosphere where everyone is valued and everyone has a place. -Model owning your mistakes so your athletes will see it and do the same. -Don’t try to be the coach who mentored you. Be the coach you are.
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