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How to Be a Great Parent Coach

Here’s a list of winning qualities any parent can master.

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You sign your child up to play a summer sport. And then comes the phone call: the team is short of coaches. Would you consider helping out? If you want to say yes, but worry that you don’t have what it takes, here’s a list of winning qualities to help you out.

A great parent coach is:

Being a great coach for your child’s team isn’t a matter of being proficient at the sport yourself. It’s about being a grounded leader, role model, and mentor for kids.

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