How do you teach confidence?
I had phoned the potential instructor for the next leadership workshop for kids
“It’s simple,” he replied: “Do you have love for what you do? Are you passionate about what you are doing?”
He went on.
“And edge.” he added. “You can look at an opponent and observe that they come from a privileged background. That they are taller. That they have more talent. But you have one thing you can do.
You can outwork them.
You can come in early. You can stay late.
You can study longer.
That’s how you get an edge. That’s how you build confidence.”
In 2002, Olin founded Basketball’s Finest Training Academy. Over the last 13 years, BFT Academy has established itself as one of the most accredited youth basketball training programs in California.
In this career, he has worked with clients of all ages and fitness levels including NBA players, celebrities, corporate executives, and collegiate and youth athletes.
This Saturday at 11am EST, NBA Trainer Olin Simplis teaches confidence in our next leadership workshop for kids.
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