Thu, 2 July 2015
WYC 049 – Youth Softball - Stacie Mahoe talks leadership involving action not position
Today’s guest is Stacie Mahoe. Stacie was a referral from my good friend Janis Meredith from jbmthinks.com and the Positive Parenting Tribe. Stacie has been involved in the game of fastpitch softball since the age of 9 and is the Founded AllAboutFastpitch.com in 2004. Stacie also served as the Chief Marketing Officer at SoftballPerformance.com for a few years. Her perspectives on the game as a former player, current coach, and current softball parent provide unique insight on various softball issues.
While physical ability and athleticism are necessary to play the game, Stacie believes that the right mindset and attitude separate the good from the great and also help you succeed, not only on the diamond, but in life as well. While Stacie enjoys helping players improve their overall fitness and softball skill, far more rewarding is the opportunity to help young ladies become champions in life . Oh and did I mention – Stacie wears the supermom cape – with 8 kids of her own.
One huge idea I took from Stacie was in the 2nd quarter where she discusses how to get kids to excel by focusing on the small picture instead of the big picture. Another huge idea was in the 3rd quarter where she shares how to know when to punish the whole team vs just an individual. I hope you enjoy her insights and stories!