If you coach youth sports, chances are at least fifty-fifty you're there because it was the only way you could be sure your child would have a team to play on. Now you're faced with "Well, now what?" This book won't teach you the technical aspects of the sport, but it will show you how to get the most each child has to give, how to cut learning time by 20 to 30 percent, and how to keep kids motivated, committed, and involved.
"If you're connected with youth sports in any way, this book is a must read!"
Fred C. Engh
President & CEO
National Alliance for Youth Sports
West Palm Beach, FL
"This book is essential reading for every educator - from superintendents to parents! The three keys create an environment that helps each child achieve."
Ashley Smith, Jr.
Cleveland Middle School
Tennessee Middle School Principal of the Year
"If you guide kids in any fashion - as a parent, coach, teacher, or mentor - read the book and put the three keys into practice. They're practical and they work."
Big Brothers Big Sisters, A Community of Caring
"From teachers to camp counselors, corporate trainers to hourly workers, Bringing Out the Best In Others! is a must read. All kids can achieve given the right balance of the three keys."
Susan L. Gutierrez
Forest Hills Central Middle School
Grand Rapids, MI
Michigan Teacher of the Year
"If you teach, tutor, or train kids in any capacity, read this book. As a private percussion teacher, I found significant improvements in my students' performance after using the three factors for only a few weeks."
"If you're committed to kids in any way -- as a parent, grandparent, coach, teacher, or mentor -- you need to read this book and practice the three keys."
Co-author, Chicken Soup for the Soul®
"A must read for principals, teachers, and parents. Practicing the three keys brings about measurable results in just a short time. An invaluable tool!"
Mark A. Kern
New Palestine Elementary
New Palestine, IN
Indiana Elementary Principal of the Year
"A common sense approach to performance enhancement. Read it and increase your probability of coaching success."
Jack H. Llewellyn, Ph.D.
Sports Psychologist/Consultant, Atlanta Braves
Author, Coming In First