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05-16-2011, 10:20 PM
Join Date: Jul 2006
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Play him, play him, and play him again. Allow him to make mistakes, work on fixing them with the assistant coaches, and send him right back out. That's how you build confidence, not by pounding on the kids every chance you get. It's the same in all facets of life.

Will he make mistakes? Absolutely. Will he get the coach to pull his hair at times? Most likely. But what they've been doing with him certainly isn't working and the chance of reward are much higher if he has confidence in himself. That I'm convinced of.

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