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David Jacobsen | @positivecoachus
The tradition of the New Year’s resolution is a great way to start on a path to improvement. Positive Coaching Alliance and US Lacrosse urge you to improve yourself, your teammates and your sport as a whole. Those three levels of improvement make you a “Triple-Impact Competitor.”
We know from experience how hard it can be to stay true to a New Year’s resolution. Your love of lacrosse can help you maintain commitment to the New Year’s resolutions we suggest below.
Fortunately, keeping that commitment becomes easier and more important as you feel less pressure, experience improved results—both team and individual—and enjoy lacrosse that much more.
I resolve to…
Remember, it is important not just to make these resolutions, but also to keep them, even on days when you do not feel up to trying your hardest or your own emotional tank is so drained that you can’t imagine filling someone else’s tank.
We hope you will return to this page when you need a lift and a reminder of what you resolved. On the other side of any adversity is an improvement in yourself, your team and your sport.
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