How do you help your child excel in the pursuit of excellence? Join PGC President Mano Watsa as he explains why it’s important for young people to strive for excellence, which includes being able to maintain passions and overcome adversity throughout life.
Join PGC President Mano Watsa as he explains why it’s crucial for young people to develop growth mindsets so they can grow, change and achieve.
In Gary Chapman’s book, “The Five Love Languages,” Chapman describes the five love languages that each one of us speak in and the ways we receive love. Join PGC President Mano Watsa as he explains why it’s critical to learn the love language of your children and athletes so you can connect with them based on how they like to receive love.
Since a player can’t see their own improvement, it’s important for parents to positively discuss growth with their athlete. Join PGC President Mano Watsa as he explains how to encourage and motivate your child by being specific when highlighting improvements.
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As parents, we need our children to go through unfair circumstances to develop their grit. Join PGC President Mano Watsa as he explains ways to help your child navigate these challenges and develop them for a lifetime of success.
Attempting to navigate your child through the digital world can not only be challenging, but also frustrating. Join PGC President Mano Watsa as he shares a few of his best practices to help keep young people present and engaged while dealing with the distractions of phones and social media.
Join PGC President Mano Watsa as he shares some of the tips he’s learned to help navigate the distractions of technology, including adopting a technique from PGC founder Dick DeVenzio called “an air-conditioned room conversation.”
PGC Director Sam Allen brings you this drill called “3-part Floater” to help your players add options to their arsenal. These finishes require players come to a controlled stop, on two feet. This control will allow them to change their attack and take advantage of whatever the defense gives them.