Monthly Archives: October 2012

Are your baseball beliefs Limiting or Liberating?

Whatever you believe with feeling becomes your realty. Within this baseball community…….you are the sum total of your beliefs. What’s even more interesting is that you can see this as adopted principles in almost every religious book. It’s in the Bible, Koran, and the Talmud. In the Bible it says” as a man thinketh in…

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Weekend Baseball Advice

I know without a doubt that realizing your full potential as a baseball player, parent, or coach begins with your values as they apply to your own abilities in baseball. Let’s just call them “Baseball Values”. Your “Baseball Values” are expressed in your words and actions! You can tell what your “Baseball Values” are by…

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2 Secret tips for dealing with a Micro-Managing baseball coach

Put your hands here! Stay focused! Hit your cut-off!!! You can do better than that! We’ve all experienced that coach……the micro-managing baseball coach!! The one that feels the need to be in charge when he knows win or lose…………he’s not. The truth is……you are. You’re the one that dictates the outcome of the game. The…

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The real reason why A-rod is slumping and how you can be a better clutch hitter!

  Why was A-rod pinched hit for in the ALDS? Why was he benched in Game 5? Here’s a hint. It has nothing to do with his swing!                         It’s Game 3 of the Yankees & Orioles Division Series. The Yankees had just won…

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