Why Teen Athletic Teams Need Team Building
Back in January 2008, while attending training on how to break through limiting beliefs, I had the thought of, “Why doesn't anyone teach us these things as kids? Why do we have to wait until we are adults and then go back to fix things?”
At that time, I was thinking of my teenage self and was so mad that I had to take time and energy to backtrack and fix my self-destructive thoughts.
Through that anger, God placed it on my heart to share these lessons with teenagers, with hope that they can have a greater sense of who God has made them to be and how they play an active role in fulfilling His plan for their lives.
I grew up as an athlete - soccer, softball, gymnastics, volleyball, track and basketball - you name it, I played it. I even tried out for the football team in 7th grade!
Over the years, I learned that it takes more than talent to be a team player.
Each athlete brings their individual personality, sense of belonging and personal struggles along with them.
Coming together as a team and understanding where each athlete sees themselves is powerful.
Through the workshops, The Link and Greatness, I help athletes gain personal development skills and bring the team together as an unstoppable unit.
When you are a part of a team, you are a link in that team’s chain. As the saying goes, “A chain is only as strong as its weakest link.” Are you the link that holds the chain together? What if the links in the chain are pulling in different directions? This workshop helps teams find their purpose and passion together so their chain is unbreakable.
If we are all predestined for greatness, why are we all not great? This workshop helps players understand that every choice we make points us in a new direction and every direction has its own outcome. Come learn how to be intentional with your choices so you can get the outcome you want for your team and in life.
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