21 Days of Positivity is back
GET A BOOST FOR 2021!
The Respect 21 Days of Positivity is BACK!
We could all use a little positivity. Positivity makes a difference; it makes us thrive.
We know there’s nowhere you like to thrive more than in and around grassroots football, so how about a little positivity boost from us to get your 2021 off to the best possible start?
Sign up to the FA Respect 21 Days of Positivity for ideas and inspiration to make your coaching sessions and matchdays more exciting than ever. You’ll get six emails packed with fresh thinking and insights from expert coaches at the FA Education Team, along with hints and tips to boost positivity both on and off the pitch.
Not only that, but every coach that completes the 21 days will receive one hour towards their Continued Professional Development and be entered into a prize draw to win a Nike Kit Bundle Pack containing training bibs, cones, footballs and more (T&Cs apply).
21 days is the amount of time it takes to form a good habit.
By signing up, you’re in for three weeks’ of easy-to-implement content that will help you strengthen relationships within your team and across the club as a whole. You’ll be able to re-ignite the passion for the game that we all crave, while developing a fun and inclusive environment filled with more motivation, more opportunities and more respectful behaviour.
The FA Respect 21 Days of Positivity WORKS.
Take a look at some of the feedback from coaches who took the 21 day challenge in previous years:
“This has reinforced my desire to make coaching fun and reduce the pressure and stress for both me and the players.”
“We now celebrate players and their achievements. Our players aren’t influenced by score lines.”
“We get parents to play a bigger part in creating a positive environment. They’ve enjoyed being included within the sessions and it really helps the team.”
“I’m now more aware about giving players space to think and play without me stepping in too much.”
“I have reconnected with my love of the game and am focused less on winning now.”
“Getting the parents away from the attitude of let’s thrash them to let’s play good football.”