Sometime you can’t choose your coach. What happens if you find yourself with a coach who you don’t like?
Dealing with a coach that you don’t see eye to eye with can be a real challenge. When I was a young player, I didn’t like all of my coaches, so I can understand. And I’m sure that not every one of my players liked me as a coach.
But if you love to play your sport, as long as you are in a safe environment, there are ways to make it through your season, learn more about the game and have fun while doing it in What Do You Do If You Don’t Like Your Coach?
I’ve been locked out of my website for a few days. Talk about frustrating. Especially since I am not great with tech. I tried my password and clicked on a few buttons and that was it, after that I had no idea what else to do. This is when I would normally call or email someone for help, except there was no phone number or email to contact.
These days, as consumers we are expected to search the support page for answers. What the heck? I don’t even know what I’m looking for!
Fortunately, I’m back on, or back in, or whatever you say, and the whole frustrating experience gave me a good idea for a writing prompt.
WRITING PROMPT #1: Write about what frustrates you.
WRITING PROMPT #2: Write about a time you got locked out of your email, or your house, or something or someplace important.
WRITING PROMPT #3: Raven opened her laptop, turned it on and…
If you work to become closer with your teammates, your team will be stronger, and you might even make a new friend. But it’s not always easy. You can work to earn your teammates respect, find common ground with them and spend time outside of your sport to start. Read more on how to do this HERE.