Real Talk w/ Coach Archie

Coach Archie • Family
The importance of a board meeting is to establish consistency and continuity in our homes. It is also important to maintain unity in the homes and among the parent-child relationship, which will minimize negative outside influences.
Coach Archie • Conflict
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Coach Archie • Parenting
You go to work with the intentions of being a team player, dedicated worker and an ambitious person; so that your boss or supervisor may acknowledge you and possibly reward you with a raise.
Coach Archie • Parenting
The purpose of this blog is to help you to evaluate where some of the behaviors, we as parents display around our children come from. With all the distractions ...
Coach Archie • Family
We often ask our children if they are putting 100% effort in life; sports, academics, manners, and their behavior. But my question to you is,...
Coach Archie • Family
A lot of times student athletes are faced with so many different pressures from their parents, peers, academics and athletics.
Coach Archie • Youth Sports Injuries
As coaches, it is our responsibility to make sure when a student athlete complains about injuries that we exhaust all means to ensure that they get the proper attention, no matter how long it takes.
Coach Archie • Youth Sports
Coaching is more than just teaching a student athlete how to play a particular sport; but it is about gaining the trust of a student athlete to influence them to reach their highest potential academically.
Coach Archie • General
We as coaches need to exhaust all means to finding strategies to get a solid commitment from our parents and student athlete, even when a child is not doing so well in school.

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