One of my personal beliefs is you can’t be successful without putting yourself in position to be successful, day in and day out.
That’s why we teach our athletes our 4 core principles that will not only set them up for success on the field, but in life!
Too many athletes (and people, for that matter) talk about getting better and chasing success, but it’s stops there. Their actions don’t match up with their words … there’s a discontent!
I can’t stress enough how important it is for young athletes to be around positive mentors and coaches to push them in the right direction and instill work ethic and character
Here are the 4 major points that we stress with our athletes for them to be successful.
1) Have an Ownership Mentality
One of the biggest lessons we teach kids is that you’re 100% responsible for your own success in life.
And this starts with taking ownership over your personal development not only in sports, but also in the classroom and everyday life.
Teaching our athletes the value of sportsmanship and respecting their teachers, coaches, parents, peers, teammates & family members is essential.
We lead by showing others the respect that they deserve, even if they have wronged us.
3) Work Hard
Most worthwhile things in life do not come easy. They come through hard work, dedication and a commitment to excellence. In sports and life, there’s many things that you can’t control, but what you can control 100% of the time is your work ethic and the effort you put forth.
4) Have Fun
If you’re not enjoying the process of becoming a better athlete, it’s going to be very hard to push through the tough times.
If you follow these 4 Keys to Success, there is truly nothing that you can’t achieve!