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How to Be an Organized Coach <!-- [Weekly Coaching Tips to Print] -->
How to Be an Organized Coach <!-- [Weekly Coaching Tips to Print] -->
How to Be an Organized Coach <!-- [Weekly Coaching Tips to Print] -->

The Organized Coach

Creating a comfortable feeling for kids, and their parents, begin with being an organized coach. People like to see leaders well-prepared in all type situations. When coaches are always running late or seemingly not ready when practicesand games begin, that feeling of comfort leaves everyone a little on edge. When kids have too much idle time on their hand, trouble or boredom result, which should be the last thing coaches want to see.

Of course, the organized coach begins with getting the necessary help from other coaches and teamparents. Early in my youth coaching career, I wanted everything to be perfect and thought the best way to do that was to do things myself. Wow, was I wrong! Before long, I was overwhelmed with things to do and the result was not what I had intended.

Coaches have so much on their plate, even when dealing with young athletes. They must set up schedules, organize practices, get fields ready, obtain the necessary equipment and communicate with everyone. All of those things on top of fitting in their work schedule and home life can make coaching an all-consumingcommitment. So much so that coaches have little time to do the thing they signed up for - teaching athletes.

Today's infographic to print gives coaches ways to be an organized coach, so they can enjoy their coaching experience as well as helping kids enjoy the journey, too.

Tips to be an organized coach

 

 

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Jack Perconte has dedicated his post-major league baseball career to helping youth. He has taught baseball and softball for the past 28 years.His playing, coaching and parenting storiescreate betterexperiences forathletes andparents.Jack has writtenover a thousand articles on coaching baseball and youth sports.Jack is the author of "The Making of a Hitter" and "Raising an Athlete." His third book "Creating a Season to Remember" is now available. Jack is a featured writer for Baseball the Magazine. You can also findJack Perconte on YouTube withover 120 fun and innovative baseball instructional videos.

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About Jack Perconte

After playing major league baseball, Jack Perconte has taught baseball and softball since 1988 and offered valuable coaching training too. He has helped numerous youth players reach their potential, as well as having helped parents and coaches navigate their way through the challenging world of youth sports. Jack is one of the leading authorities in the areas of youth baseball training and coaching training advice.

All Jack Perconte articles are used with copyright permission.

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