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This is episode 168 and it’s called the power of parents and so parent of being a parent. You have a lot of power in your hands that you may not even realize. Sometimes you know when the things we talked about a lot last podcast was hard work, encouraging your kids to work hard and then also submitting to authority, because, ultimately, when you submit to the authority figure out there, you’re also submitting to god’s authority, because god is automatically automatically and authority over everything and. So I think that’s something that I learned this year and it really helped to teach my son how to respect authority and how to do your best work. Even when you may be doing something that you don’t want to do or is not your favorite thing to do, if you’d rather play different position or be on a different team or whatever it is, but you’re going to work hard where you are and I think that if there’s a blessing in that for you I know there is and so to submit to authority and to respect your coach and their wishes. As long as those wishes like i, said once again are ethical and moral, then you need to submit to that authority and i. Tulsa Soccer Camps Witness this with my son and how it is blessed is life. This year he’s made so much progress in his development,, how he trains 3 days agopride. Then he did two sessions with his club team and two more sessions with my club team of the time so that he could develop very rapidly, and you know he was playing left back for his coach and we were working through that with him. You tell him hey make sure you respect what your coach tell me to do work hard at it.

We were showing them how to show him how to open up properly with the ball, and you know the blessing that I see here, that his coaches, able to do that I couldn’t do even as his father and coach at the same time was to get him to play at defense without fouling it without losing his temper, because he had to submit to that different authority, someone other than me that had just as much control over his playing time. It it change things for him, and then his coach was able to take to reach him in a different way than I could soas a father as a parent with their own child. Sometimes you need help from other people. There’s an old african proverb that says it takes a village to raise kids and it’s so true, and he was able to reach my son and teach him how to play defense without diving in without being overly aggressive without losing his temper and to be calm and composed. He also taught him how to build about a back one day we had a meeting with his coach, and you know I was asking me:these are the jacksons goals. He wants to be a forward. He wants to be a millionaire in in and move up, and he said well. I have been playing left back for a reason. I haven’t plane left back, so he will learn how the game goes from the defensive end and he will see the game better and you’ll learn the runs that need to be made, and you know, I did I said:okay, I’ll respect that I will I will follow up with that I’ll. Make sure that he understands that this is all abouthave a bigger plan. So then recently I would say. Maybe four or five games ago his coach poncetta rise time to put jackson up top and I was surprised when he did this and he put them up top and jackson perceives to score 4 out of 7 goals for his team, and they beat a team that they would only tied or lost two, and it was shocking forfrom for many people. I would say:shocking, asus, alien in the sense that I couldn’t believe that that happened, but just to see it happen and it felt like it happened so quickly and so rapidly and he’s been preparing for this moment for quite a while I mean we’ve had times where she would not hundred. He was shooting 210 balls in the backyard working on his technique, working on becoming a better soccer player, just in general, be able to control the ball and shoot the ball and let you know 2 days later he’s playing up front and he scoring for goals and I know everybody were all amazed and he continues to do so and he goes on to play for games and scores ankles and four games, and he is just a scoring threat and you know, is just by god’s grace that this stuff was bad friends that kept me in check and said.

No, you need to restauthority in people said no just let the process, let your kid go through the process. You know my wife has the saying that the learning comes in the struggle and and that’s exactly what that process was. It’s a struggle, it’s a struggle to let go of. Tulsa Soccer Camps What’s your thoughts and opinions are and allow coaches to teach your kid what what unit they need to learn to allow god to order their steps and i. Think it’s an amazing experience when you really let it happen when you really let go of trying to control everything and allowing your kid to learn and to struggle and to help them to the struggle and to teach them that faith, you may not have started today how you been I’ve, gotten all the playing time that you want, but we are going to work on your technical ability. We are going to work, onyour skill and work on your decision-making. We’re even watch footage of players like cristiano ronaldo, to see what kinds of runs they make so that you can copy those runs in your child, can have success from copying other players and mimicking them and learning from them, and it’s a very humbling experience teaching your kid to be humble and work to work hard. It’s all the power that the parent has to really help your kid to do that, and you know, there’s a lot of times that your parents want to argue about all the playing time of their kid, and you know how come your kids only got. 7 minutes this game with italy there’s times, when you have to allow them to be taken out of the game and get less playing time and support the coaching that and talk to the coach. They have come this happened. Why did this happen? The coach says a he wasn’t doing his job. He needs to improve. He needs to work on this. He needs to work on that. Whatever this the issue is, it is for the parent to say:okay, we’re going to work on that and we’re going to get that done.

I think a lot of lot of us need to to look at how much time are. Kids are really working at their craft and if they really want to be a good soccer player, they’re going to have to work on it just about every day and it’s going to take private training is going to take pride soccer training for them to to improve their skills. It’s not going to be just going to practice 2 days a week and thinking that they’re going to stay on the best team and the parents that realize that sooner are the parents that have kids that are more successful sooner in the in the realm of getting on the team that theypontoon playing in strong in the positions that they would like, and that’s that’s what I have to do, but that’s all I have for today will continue with episode 3 of the power of the parents and once again thank you for joining us and thank you for listening to the only podcast about tulsa soccer camps and soccer training at pride of tulsa soccer training. We strive to fully develop every soccer player by giving them the absolute best tools and resources when it comes to tulsa soccer camps. At pride of tulsa soccer training are tulsa soccer camps, help soccer players become a technically sound and creatively strong force on the pitch. If you want to learn more about pride soccer training, please visit our website. Pride tulsa. I’ll give us a call today at 918-701-0983 and pride of tulsa soccer training, we teach character, confidence and soccer skill, and, if you’re willing to work hardand follow a customized, also soccer camps, we give we can get you results guaranteed. Thank you again so much for joining us until next time.