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How to Grow Pro-Level Grit - Part 2

Updated: Mar 3, 2022


The Character Challenge


It starts at home. Authoritative, positive, encouraging parenting/coaching styles are proven to be the most effective. Authoritarian, dictatorial styles often work in the short-term but have a negative long-term impact on the mental well-being of youth.


Step 1: Watch the video below of when we interviewed Angela Duckworth, bestselling author of "Grit" and a renowned psychology professor at the University of Pennsylvania.

Step 2: Click HERE to access our free character development tool to get your soccer players on the right track to becoming the best they can be.


Step 3: Join the Captain Elite movement and share the character development tip you chose by commenting on this post


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jayden roberson
jayden roberson
Jul 24, 2023

i liked tip 2. I want to model grit and look for more to learn.

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Meredith Antosek
Meredith Antosek
Jun 25, 2023

I like the tip about modeling because it helps your team and can improve your teamwork.

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I like the tip about modeling grit and character to your teammates because I think it is important to be a leader.

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pappi joe
pappi joe
Jun 15, 2023

I loved all the tips and how the video showed the meaning of grit. But I personally think that tip #3 is important because it gives a purpose to what your doing and without that you may feel like their is no purpose in what your doing.

-Paula

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Brooke Little
Brooke Little
Jun 14, 2023

This video shows what having grit really means. I personally like tip number 8. It shows that you should finish a goal before moving on to the next one. The video shows you that if you want to get better at something, you have to work hard.

-Brooke

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