5 TIPS WHEN CHOOSING A TRAVEL BASEBALL PROGRAM
Guys, it’s tough. I mean, really tough, to find somewhere your kids will develop, succeed AND have fun. With that, I wanted to try and help educate or at the very least provide my opinion on what you should be looking for in a baseball instructor and/or coach. I believe
1. Small, loose particles of stone or sand 2. Courage and resolve; strength of character. This bothers me, why? Because I believe as coaches we invest our efforts in developing athletes fundamentally and mentally. Once they get to High School, the exposure will begin. They become a “brand” of themselves.
ATHLETES ARE ENTREPRENEURS. PERIOD.
I believe this, I really do. Listen, you can try to convince me we belong in the corporate world and maybe you can convince some, but not me. Safety, pensions, insurance, those aren’t any words any athlete has ever heard before and let me give you context. There isn’t any
THE TAKE AWAY
How do I perform up to expectations? It’s baseball, a job now — I should be lucky, but there was more to it for me. I was struggling with everything off the field and on the field all at once. These are the obstacles the general public doesn’t see, doesn’t understand and