Being coachable is:
- Being grateful that someone cares enough about you to push you to improve beyond where you would get on your own.
- Being vulnerable enough to know you’re not perfect
- Being open to honest feedback (even if it hurts).
- Working to actively change bad habits.
This article gives you some tips to share with your young player about how to be more coachable and help make their upcoming season a positive experience.
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