THSCA 2021 LEADERSHIP SUMMIT
If you are interested in learning more about the 2Words Character Development Curriculum, you can view 3 full weeks of Curriculum below. Each week includes a 7-10 minute video lesson, complete with a corresponding workbook for Coaches, Captains, Athletes, and Families.
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The 2Words Character Development Curriculum spans multiple seasons, creating an online library to help you go beyond the game. If you believe there is value in this program for your athletes and coaching staff, please contact us. We are committed to providing a weekly curriculum that is full of impact and attainable within your budget.
There are a lot of things, when it comes to finding success in the game of life, that are optional. Whatever you might find on that exhaustive list, the one thing you will not find is sacrifice. Sacrifice is required for reaching your goals as an individual and as a team. As challenging as this concept is, it is worth every painful moment. When you learn how to use sacrifice to your advantage, you unlock a door to success that few people are ever willing to walk through. The reality of sports and of the game of life, however, is that if you don’t sacrifice for your goals, then you will sacrifice your goals.
Character vs. Talent
To maximize the impact you can have on the world, yourself and your team, It’s not complicated; it’s as simple as two words: character vs. talent.
Too often we’re disproportionately focused on talent over character. We view talent as the way to make it. We strive to develop our talent; maximize our skill; because we think it’s the thing that will drive us to succeed in life. All the while it’s easy to neglect character.
How many division one athletes do you know who are untalented? You see, at a certain level, talent levels out. To maximize your talent, you have to must maximize your character. The strength of your character will determine the success of your talents.
Conflict is guaranteed, but our response to conflict is not. We choose how we respond when someone wrongs us or when reality isn’t meshing with our expectations. It’s important to understand conflict resolution and practice it well because it limits the damage caused to our relationships and helps us move on together. Conflict resolution teaches us when to respond, what to respond with, and how to respond.