Eating Curveballs for Breakfast - Stacie Mahoe
By Stacie Mahoe
Eating Curveballs for Breakfast - Stacie MahoeApr 05, 2018
Special - Recap/Wrap Up of the Empowering Athletes Series
93: Game Day Shifts
92: “Make your bed” to be successful?
91: Let it be enough
90: Valuable Skill to Develop in Sports & Life
89: Are you having fun with it? And …
88: Harnessing the Power of Love to Accelerate Progress
87: Not knowing the answer and still gaining trust as a leader
86: Rocky Garza on living a life you believe in
Rocky is a husband, father, and business owner who helps businesses/teams strengthen their culture and connection through a process called identity mapping. Through this same process, he helps individuals discover the conviction and confidence they need to build the life they want and believe in. Rocky shares what lead him here, lessons learned through life, common issues human beings (and companies) face without the understanding of who they truly are, ONE thing he's clear about and focused on so he can make this year better than last, what you need to give yourself, and more ...
Connect with Rocky ...
Sent a text message to 4696498441
Linked in: Rocky Garza
85: Power of Words with Coach Reed Maltbie
Got to chat with Coach Reed for an interview for Impact Nation. Thought you'd enjoy this conversation about the power of our words as parents, coaches, teachers, leaders, how it affects the brain, the emotional state, your relationships, the performance of those you lead. Plus a super simple, yet powerful, shift you can make in your language and communication immediately. All of that is in this episode for you! Learn more about the tools Coach Reed mentions in this episode at https://www.raisetheirgame.com/positive-discipline-tools-for-coaches
84: Teaching Excellence
83: You don’t need more time, you need less
82: 2019 in Review, Lessons Learned, Tips for you, and some invites :)
81: The Magic of Being Yourself
80: Heading to IL for Best Season Ever
79: What if it was "easy?"
78: Easy roads, Talent, and Band-Aid Fixes
77: Lessons Learned This Summer
76: Multisport Athletes & "Commitment"
75: What a day! You inspire me
74: Making Your Success INEVITABLE
73: Coaches Impact on Performance
72: Short chat with sports siblings
71: How to have a great season
70: Whatever you do, don't tear a muscle
69: Inspired by WCWS
68: Gordon Maclelland from Parents in Sport
I enjoyed hearing Gordon's perspective on being a sports parent, the experience that sparked the development of the Parents in Sport website, who he feels the greatest influence is in a child's youth sports experience, some tips on what to do when your child makes mistakes and/or doesn't seem to be giving their very best effort, and all kinds of other great concepts for parents to keep in mind as we navigate this competitive world of sports with our children.
Visit Gordon's website at www.parentsinsport.co.uk/
67: Playing to win vs playing not to lose
66: Unexpected Opportunities
65: Taking a Stand When Coaches Are Out of Line
64: Jenny Topping from Gold Medal Training
- coaching female athletes
- her favorite exercises in the gym
- what it takes to play at the highest level
- fear based coaching and the alternatives
- safe sport and why she feels it's a must for coaches
- rethinking athleticism and the need to be better than everyone else
- empowering the players we lead
- responding positively to mistakes
... and a whole lot of other key concepts that not too many people are talking about in our community.
Jenny is SO spot on with her insights and I am super excited to share our chat with you
63: Are you looking for reasons why you CAN? Or ...?
62: What it's like to be a student of the game
61: Belief, experience, unconvincing self talk, sharing goals
60: Inspiration and accountability in youth sports
59: Softball Strategy to Take or Not to Take?
58: Motivation Monday FOR Athletes
57: Youth athlete's fear of disappontment
56: 3 Takeaways from FB LIVE with Olesya from Mind Over Body
55: Lessons Learned in College
54: Gratitude, attitude, and impact on your team
53: Shout out to Jocelyn Alo + getting through tough stuff
52: Fear, Trust, Confidence, and Leadership
51: What's the rush? Do you have big picture patience?
50: Interview with Rene Longoria from Gameday Coffee!
In this episode, we touch upon why Gameday coffee got started, Muhammad Ali, karate, the concept of TIME and how much we really have (or don't), family matters, fathers and the staggering statistic that moved Rene and is a big part of his WHY for being involved with the mission at Gameday Coffee. We talked about getting through the tough stuff of life, the importance of connection within families, the curveball business threw at Rene, why a law firm wanted to partner with Gameday Coffee, and quite a bit more. I know this all sounds very serious, but we actually laughed quite a bit in this episode. I hope you do too!
49: Interview with Ken Olsen from Fastpitch NW
Visit Fastpitch NW online at FastpitchNW.com