Chuck Wilson on Sports EP. 4 – Carolyn Thornton

Leadership, Character, and Mindset in Youth Sports Carolyn Thornton has been a standout athlete in high school and college, an award-winning sportswriter, a youth sports parent, and a long-time coach. She now helps oversee high school sports in Rhode Island. In this conversation for athletes, youth coaches, and parents, Carolyn joins Chuck Wilson to share…

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Chuck Wilson on Sports EP. 3 – Steve Krasner

Communicating with Middle School Athletes Steve Krasner has been motivating young athletes and communicating effectively with middle school (and younger) kids for more than three decades, both on the field and in the classroom. The long-time sportswriter, author, educator, and youth coach joins Chuck Wilson to share his experience coaching and teaching kids, 12-and-under (U-13)…

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Chuck Wilson on Sports EP. 2: Steve Boyle

Does Focusing on a Single Sport at an Early Age Boost a Child’s Chances for Future Success in that Sport? Steve Boyle is co-founder and director of 2-4-1 Sports, a nationally acclaimed sport-sampling program that provides children the opportunity to play multiple sports at its camps held around the country. Steve describes the benefits of…

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Chuck Wilson on Sports EP. 1: Dante Scarnecchia

Patriots Coach with 5-Super Bowl Rings Provides Insight and Inspiration for Youth Coaches, Athletes, and Parents. Dante Scarnecchia is considered one of the finest position coaches in NFL history. In his 34-years as an assistant coach with the New England Patriots, Dante helped guide the Patriots to ten Super Bowls. In the summer of 2020,…

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Chuck Wilson on Sports: Dante Scarnecchia – 2014

Long-time Patriots Coach Offers Advice for Youth Sports Coaches and Young Athletes. Former New England Patriots assistant coach Dante Scarnecchia spent 34-years with the franchise and helped guide Patriots’ teams to ten Super Bowls. Perhaps best known as an offensive line coach, “Coach Scar” earned a reputation for bringing the best out of his players.…

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Peer Into Character® ep. 3 – Marcus Jannitto

Leadership and Team Captains in Sports. National leadership speaker Marcus Jannitto describes overlooked characteristics of a great leader, the #1 job of a team captain, and why leadership should be “intentional”. Anyone associated with youth sports will find value in this insightful conversation as Even Field’s Chuck Wilson talks with the long-time military leader, high…

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Peer Into Character® ep. 2 – Ed Cooley

A Coach’s Perspective on Character, Leadership and Team Culture. Providence College men’s basketball coach Ed Cooley provides valuable advice for youth sports parents, coaches, and athletes as he shares his views on leadership, character, team culture, and why The Way You Win Matters®“. Coach Cooley joins Even Field’s Chuck Wilson to describe the qualities he…

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Ping Pong

The Importance of Being Intentional

Work hard. From an early age, we are taught that anything worth achieving in life requires hard work. That dedication and a strong work ethic are valuable traits found in successful people. There is good reason to promote this concept. The ability to work hard is a skill that is in demand. Colleges look for it in their students.…

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