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Coaching the Home Team - Winning the Game of Parenting and Getting the Most Out of Your Child - cover

Coaching the Home Team - Winning the Game of Parenting and Getting the Most Out of Your Child

Jason Taylor

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

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Coaching the Home Team is written for parents, or prospective parents who want to take their game to the next level.  All parents who wants to get more out of their child and see them succeed in ways not yet imaged, need to look no further. Within these pages, they find the blueprint to winning all the time, at home and on the field. 
 

JT is a successful coach and parent. He takes what he knows about coaching kids on the field and puts it in easy-t0-digest terms for parents. He has found a way to bring home the fundamentals of coaching, and he shows parents exactly how they, too, can be the parent they have always wanted. 
 

Whether a good coach, aspiring to be great, or a good parent aspiring to be great, look no further, Coaching The Home Team is for both!

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