A gift from the Trophy Mom and YOU at the Center

holidayFor the past few months, I’ve had the opportunity to take part in an incredibly reflective and transformational course. I want to share this opportunity with you, so you can make space in your life for the things that matter the most to YOU! Please enjoy this gift for the new year.

If you have questions about the 100-Day Course, view to the Course Description page or to the Frequently Asked Questions page to find out more. If you still have questions, you can contact Rachel at: GetCentered@YouAtTheCenter.com.  Rachel is an extremely insightful and perceptive coach. If you are unsure if this course is right for you, she can talk with you about why that may or may not be the case.
What a great way to start the New Year off right – the 100 Day Course.
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* use code MyTribe at registration
**this Gift Certificate is good until January 6thor until the Course is full.

I have been able to take this course at no cost and have agreed to blog about it. As always, my opinions are my own, and you can see more on my policy about reviews here. That being said, I highly recommend you take advantage of this offer. So get on it! And happy holidays!

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Ed Arnold’s “make it fun, make it fair” approach for youth hockey

Here’s a treat for my readers– a guest post by Ed Arnold, former editor of The Peterborough Examiner, and my personal hockey coach/author hero. One of my more popular posts was the Recommended Reading List for the Thinking Sports Parent, and the first book I mention is Ed’s title, Whose Puck Is It, Anyway?  He’s finishing up a book on his time spent with the Peterborough Petes, an OHL hockey team, that should be out in later this year. Ed and I got hooked up through the magic of the interwebs and he agreed to write a post for the Trophy Mom. I hope you share it with your coaching friends.

By Ed Arnold

Whose Puck Is It, Anyway?Children’s hockey is a strange relationship. We think and talk like we just want to make sure the game is fun for the kids, but then act in different ways.

We all would like to make it fun for the children but then put so many obstacles in their way.

Tyke or hockey for four, five and six year olds is one of the stranger concepts. We want the kids to learn to skate, stickhandle, pass and have fun, but then we put them in games where only the better ones get to skate, stickhandle, pass and have fun.

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