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April 19, 2019 Teacher Thanks 5 comments

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Community and school-team coaches… they are volunteers that too often are not appreciated nearly enough. My children are currently finishing up another round of sports before a new one starts. They play a number of sports, so move from one sport to another depending on the time of year it is. We have been blessed with some fantastic coaches! This year has been particularly great… so much so that it has me reflecting on all of the positives that come with having our children coached well. Here is a tribute to all of the great coaches out there!

Thank you! Thank you for volunteering your time… time spent planning practices and also time spent at each of the practices and games. Thank you for always showing up even when some of the kids don’t. Thank you for your commitment to developing not only better players, but better people as well!

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Here is a list of some of the areas our children have grown in and/or learned because of you:

Increased Resilience:

Let’s face it. Not every practice and game is easy. Our kids will be challenged. That’s okay. Pushing them to work through the difficult times, pick themselves up and spring back builds resilience. As much as I’d like to be, I can’t always be there to help my kids work through every difficult moment in their lives. Providing opportunities in which they need to be resilient helps our children to also be resilient in other areas of their lives. Thank you!

Learning to Celebrate Wins and Overcome Losses:

Every game cannot be won. In games, there are winners and losers. Losing a game does not mean our kids are losers. It just means that they lost a game. Wins in life are meant to be celebrated. Losses are meant to be learned from and worked through. Winning builds confidence and losing builds resilience. Our coaches are there to teach our kids to celebrate those wins and to overcome those losses with sportsmanship and class. Thank you for helping our children learn to not celebrate the but to overcome the losses!

Striving to Beat Personal Bests:

In sport, winning is not just winning a game. Our kids learn to celebrate their own personal wins. Perhaps it is a personal fastest running time or their farthest baseball hit. Maybe there were more solid passes, assists, or personal goals scored than ever before. Either way, our kids learn to challenge themselves and strive to do and be their personal best. Thank you, Coaches, for building this attribute in our children!

Increased Confidence:

Each of my children experience times where they struggle in their chosen sports. There are strike-outs, shots that do not result in points, and times where they are beaten in a play. However, coaches continue to encourage them and to believe in them. Being part of a team provides children with a sense of belonging… one that is fostered by their coaches. Our children learn to consistently become involved in the plays and to keep up. This increases their confidence and stamina. Thank you for continuing to believe in our children and for helping to build their confidence!

The Importance of Cooperating with Others:

Through sport, our children learn to share the workload and to work together to achieve a common goal. The saying, “There is no I in team” is true. Learning to pass to others is essential since a pass will almost always get the ball or puck to its destination faster than trying to do everything oneself. Children need each other on a team and have to learn to work together, regardless of skill level, in order for the team to function optimally. Thank you for encouraging and teaching our children to cooperate with one another!


Let’s face it! No parent wants their children to be walked all over. Coaches and sports teach our children to be assertive… not aggressive, but assertive! Our children learn to confidently go for what they want and work in an attempt to force it to happen. Thank you, Coaches, for teaching our children to be assertive… to know when to go for things when working toward an outcome and also when to back off!

Positive Self-Talk:

Momentum is huge in sports as it is in life. When things are going well, they generally continue to go well until there is a sudden change in momentum. When things are not going well, it is important for our children to continue to be kind to themselves and learn to shake it off and use positive self-talk. Thank you, Coaches, for teaching our children to give themselves positive messages to overcome any challenges they may be facing!

To Have Fun Regardless of Stats:

Sports are meant to be enjoyed by the players. Each of my children has had seasons with many wins and others with many losses. They choose to continue to play because of the fun they are having. Thank you, Coaches, for encouraging our children to play for the love of the game rather than to play for the wins!

The Importance of Communication:

Our children learn that it is imperative that they communicate with others when in games. They learn to communicate when they are open or when they see an opportunity in the game. They share in the joy of a win and experience the toughness of a loss together, communicating with each other throughout. Thank you, Coaches, for helping our children see the value in communicating with one another!

Learning to Celebrate Others:

My one daughter plays hockey with both boys and girls. There is a golden jersey handed to a player who played particularly well after each game. The player then gets to keep the jersey until the next game when it is given to another player. When my daughter came out wearing this golden jersey after one of her games with another player who I thought also had an excellent game, I said to the other player, “I thought you were going to get the golden jersey this game. You had a great game!”

His response? He smiled back and exclaimed, “Oh, no. I knew your daughter was getting the golden jersey today. She played awesome!”

There was no resentment. There was no jealousy. He was happily celebrating the success of another player.

My kids get excited about not only how they play, but how others play as well. I personally love watching athletes congratulate each other! This is behavior fostered by our coaches. Thank you!

How to Take Constructive Criticism and to Learn from Mistakes:

No one is perfect. Everyone makes mistakes. Our children are given constructive criticism when playing sports. It is not about tearing them apart, but about building them up and helping them to improve and develop into being better than they currently are. Our children will also receive a lot of constructive criticism throughout their lives. Thank you, Coaches, for helping our children learn how to take constructive criticism and helping them to know that the goal is to help them improve rather than to tear them down.

How to Work with Various Personalities and Skill Levels:

On any given team, our children are amongst others. Some are more skilled players than they are. Others are less skilled. Some are kind no matter what. Others are not. Our children need to learn to work through differences and still claim their place on the team.

A few years ago now, I showed up early to pick up my son from his high school football practice. What I saw impressed me. The team was working on a brutally challenging drill. Some of the team members could work through it and others were really struggling. What impressed me was as the team members completed the drill, their job then became to go and personally encourage, cheer, and provide water for another team member that was struggling to complete the drill. This continued until teammate worked through it.

Thank you, Coaches, for helping our children learn to encourage each other and to see the good and appreciate the skill levels and personalities of each child on the team!

Appreciation for Living an Active Life:

Kids that are coached well tend to want to continue living an active lifestyle. My children haven’t enjoyed every sport they’ve played. However, they have enjoyed being active and gained an appreciation for all sports whether or not they enjoy playing a particular one themselves. I personally love the fact that my children enjoy being active. Living an active lifestyle is nurtured by great coaches. Thank you!


Good coaches encourage our children to treat each other fairly not only when in competition, but when the game is over as well. Our children learn to respect the other competitors and to follow the rules of a game. They learn to take pride in their wins and to accept their losses. Thank you, Coaches, for helping our children learn the important life skill of being a good sport!

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Two weeks ago I shared a post that focused on high school coaches, which pointed out some less-than-stellar examples of coaching: Dear Coaches, High Schoolers Are Not Paid Athletes. I got to thinking about that post and the thought occurred to me that I should really write a related post focused on positive coaching.

As I mentioned in that post, our kids have been fortunate to have several good coaches over the years, so I want to give those coaches, along with every other positive coach out there, a big thank you. This is Little League Baseball-oriented, but it could easily apply to coaches of any sport. So here goes:

Dear, Coaches:

Thank you for all your hard work and dedication. Thank you for spending hours of your own free time working with kids and never giving up on them; even those kids who look like they’re NEVER going to get it. Thank you for showing up for every practice, game, and team party ready to teach and help.

Thank you for sending emails and texts to constantly keep us updated because life is busy with so many other things. Thank you for responding to our questions even though you already sent the same information in your update.

Thank you for being willing to stand in the rain and get soaked for two hours so your players can get better. Thank you for working as hard as you possibly can to get the field dry so you can somehow still play the game.

Thank you for being patient when parents don’t get their kids to practice on time. Thank you for not losing it when you’re expecting them to be there an hour before game time and there’s still no sign of them with just 30 minutes to spare.

Thank you for driving them SAFELY all over town because their parents are busy driving their siblings all over town. Thank you for waiting patiently after practice because their parents are running late to pick them up.

Thank you for buying them dinner when you’re traveling home late from a far away location. Thank you for handing down equipment, uniforms, and other sporting apparel and gear without asking anything in return.

Thank you for picking up the tab for batting cage sessions, and for optional uniforms so one kid doesn’t feel left out. Thank you for buying their first pair of metal spikes because their parents couldn’t afford to.

Thank you for showing up an hour before practice, or staying an hour after, to work with our kids one-on-one and give them that little extra time and help they really need.

Thank you for being there for them when they strike out, make an error, commit a turnover or make a major mistake. Thank you for encouraging them even when they have given up on themselves.

Thank you for focusing on the positive even when their parents might be too focused on the negative. Thank you for turning failures into teaching moments and for using successes as building blocks.

Thank you for making them smile when they don’t feel like smiling. Thank you for being their friend. Thank you for pushing them just hard enough without knocking them down. And thank you for building them back up when they do get down.

Thank you for staying after the game to clean up the field and for making sure all the equipment is put away. Thank you for teaching them that there are more important things than winning. Thank you for setting a good example and remembering that they are watching you.

Thank you for letting those less-talented kids have a chance to shine, too. Thank you for not yelling or punishing when kids make mistakes. Thank you for recognizing when kids are giving everything they’ve got and doing the absolute best they can.

Thank you for recognizing and pointing out when kids do something right, when they make improvements, or when the light bulb finally goes off about something you’ve been preaching for weeks. And thank you for celebrating with them when they achieve success.

Thank you for being a positive influence in their life.

Thank you for sticking with that kid that no matter how hard you worked with him just couldn’t hit the ball, because he finally did in the last game of the year, and it was amazing.

Thank you for teaching kids to be good sports, to be good people and to treat others with respect.

It’s not your job to raise these kids, but thank you for reinforcing the good lessons that their parents are trying to teach them.

Most of all, thank you for loving our kids, because that is what being a patient, kind, and positive coach is really all about.

So to all good coaches everywhere, I say thank you. Thank you for giving everything you have to make kids sports better, and even more importantly for helping make these kids better.

Great work, coach!


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“I am a coach because of the kids and the passion I have for the sport itself. There is no other feeling quite like helping young athletes further develop their natural persistence, determination, discipline, dedication, resiliencey, work ethic, heart, leadership skills, connection with, and respect for others, not only in competition, but in life!”

“A good soccer coach takes his love for the game and instills it in you. He molds you into the player he sees inside of you and watches your talent and dedication grow into a skill that you both can be proud of. His payoff is the smile he sees on your face after you have reached your goal. His drive are the tears you cry because you want it so bad, knowing he had the same feeling inside him too. Make him proud and never give less than your best. You both deserve it.”

“Coaches, I always knew how to play soccer, but you taught me how to win. Thank you.”

“All soccer players and kids need is a little help, a little hope, and somebody who believes in them.” – Magic Johnson

“No soccer coach ever stops learning. That’s what makes the great coaches great. They strive to learn more every day and they never stop asking questions.”

“Coaching is taking a player where they can’t take themself.”

“Our soccer coach leads by example, dedicated and determined, teaches teamwork, motivates and listens, builds character, challenges and develops, committed to our team, our biggest fan.”









They Play. I Coach. You Cheer.

Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice, and most of all love of what you are doing.

“Playing soccer with your feet is one thing, but playing soccer with your heart is another.”

“As a coach you should not only teach the skills but also the why behind them so your soccer players are prepared and confident during the game.”

“Hard work beats talent. When talent doesn’t work hard.” -Tim Notke

“A Good Coach Sees In You What You Can’t See In Yourself.”

“When you feel like quitting think about why you started.”

“Coaches who outline plays are a dime a dozen. The one’s who win get inside their players and motivate.” – Vince Lombardi Arsene Wenger

“You may think it’s the goalkeepers fault but it can’t be if they got past the strikers, midfielders, and defenders.”

I eat soccer. I sleep soccer. I breathe soccer. I’m not mad, i’m just passionate. -Thierry Henry

“Good players practice until they get it right, great players practice until they never get it wrong.”

Life is like a game of soccer. You need goals!

“The pain you feel today will be the strength you feel tomorrow.”

You can motivate by fear, and you can motivate by rewards, but both are only temporary. The only lasting thing is self motivation.

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Coaching Quotes

Thank You Messages for Coach: At senior level coaches may be recognized for their contribution but in other forms of the game they often go unnoticed on the sidelines. It doesn’t take a lot of effort to say thank you to your coach for the endless hours of encouragement, guidance, inspiration and motivation. Just write a sweet note on a greeting card to express your gratitude. You can even post your messages and quotes on Facebook or Twitter. These kind words of recognition of your coach’s contribution in your journey as a player or an athlete will mean a lot. Coaching can sometimes be very thankless because winning is credited to the players whereas the blame for losing is often put on the coaches – especially in team sports. Do your bit to give back to the coach who dedicates each and every day to make you a winner.


1) Coach… even when I said I CAN’T, you said I COULD. Even when I said I WON’T, you said DO IT. Even when I said I WILL LOSE, you said GO WIN. Even when I said I FAILED, you said WELL DONE. Even when I said I DON’T BELIEVE IN MYSELF, you said I BELIEVE IN YOU. Thank you.


2) My heart is my body’s engine but your inspiration is the fuel. Thanks coach.


3) Nothing can spoil my journey towards being the very best, as long as your inspiration fuels my zest. No one can come in-between be and victory, as long as I have a coach like you training me. Thanks.


4) Sweat and blood is what we give you, victories and trophies is what you give us. Thanks coach.


5) Coach… thanks for fortifying our forte and destroying our demons.


6) Only a coach like you can help us convert the bitter pain of sacrifice into the sweet taste of victory. Thank you.


7) Thanks for believing in me when I was down and out. Thanks for trusting me when even I had my own doubts. Thanks for pushing me to emerge as a champion – coach, you are my ultimate source of inspiration.


8) Even your most SUBTLE tips create the most NOTICEABLE impacts on my performance. Thanks coach.


9) You made me stronger with each passing day. You made me better in just about every way. You inspired me to become a winner, I will remember your words forever. Thanks coach.


10) Your motivation is like an aeroplane – it get us exactly where we want to be in the least possible time. Thanks coach.


11) I hate it when you pull me up for being slack, but deep down inside I know it will help me improve what I lack. I get annoyed when you try to push me beyond my limits, but deep down inside I know that’s the only way to cultivate a winning spirit. Thanks coach.


12) It is just amazing how you willingly take blame for my failures and give me credit for my success. Thanks coach.


13) I have dedicated my life to being a better athlete and you are my godfather. Thanks coach.


14) Training for gameday is journey that goes from pathetic to euphoric – thanks to a coach who is just fantastic.

15) I always knew how to play, but you taught me how to win. Thanks coach.


16) Dear coach… you are to us like how fuel is to fire. Thanks for lighting the fire within.


17) I would never have been ambitious if you hadn’t motivated to be audacious and ferocious. Thanks coach, you are glorious.


18) The ABILITIES and TALENTS of all the players in the team are pretty much useless until a coach like you brings it all together by helping everyone FOCUS on a common GOAL. Thanks coach.


19) My eyes may be mine but the vision I see is yours. Thanks coach.


20) Sometimes we hate you because your drills are nothing short of torture, but we still love you because you are prepping us for a glorious future. Thanks coach.


21) Every game I play is fuelled by two things – motivation to become a champion and an obligation to do justice to an exceptional coach. Thanks for everything.


22) We hate to train under a coach as ruthless as you, but deep down inside we know that it will get us through. Thanks coach.


23) On the facade you are tough and mean but a peak inside your real personality reveals that you are one of the best human beings we have ever seen. Thanks for everything coach.


24) My muscles power me, my heart powers my muscles, my mind powers my heart and your inspiration powers my mind. Thanks coach.


25) Just like how there is no substitute for hard work, there is no substitute to a coach like you. Thanks for everything.


26) For us, the difference between Good and Best is a coach like you. Thanks.


27) Coach, you trust my abilities and I trust your advice. No wonder I have continued to scale new highs. Thanks.


28) Everything from your drills to your strategies, has helped me decimate my enemies. Everything from your helpful tips to your fancy tricks, has helped my sporting dreams tick. Thanks coach.


29) Inspiration comes in various forms and from various sources, but in my life it is a five letter word, C-O-A-C-H. Thanks for being my inspiration.


30) We hate you when you put us through those merciless drills. But it becomes worthwhile when we experience victory’s thrill. Thanks coach.

31) Dear coach… you push me out of my comfort zone. You train me till I moan. You make early mornings compulsory. Your drills make me cry out in agony. In the end everything falls together – it makes me better and stronger. Thanks, for pushing me way beyond my limits. For everything, I give you full credit.


32) Just like how the roots of my strength lie in hard work, the roots of my success lie in your guidance. Thanks coach.


33) I may be the one who does all the hard work, but you are the one who motivates me to do it. Thanks coach.


34) Coach, your motivation negates my worries, your compliments mean more to me than trophies. Thanks.


35) Ours is a strong relationship because it is based on focus and trust. There is only one thing we both want and that is to come first. Thanks for everything coach.


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Thank You Messages for Coach: At senior level coaches may be recognized for their You can even post your messages and quotes on Facebook or Twitter.

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