Help Kids Develop Their Signature Style in Sports

Craig  Lambert, former chief sports writer at Harvard Magazine, says that kids can create a “signature style” that means they have taken ownership of their game, put their signature on it and made it all theirs.

“You find the way that works best for you as an athlete, including your physical talents, your mental disposition, your inclinations, your emotional makeup, intellectual makeup, your priorities in life–all  these  things  that make you uniquely who  you are can be built into the way you play a sport,” he said during the podcast interview.

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Helping Perfectionist Young Athletes

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