Should Taking Away Sports Be a Go-To Discipline for Parents?

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Should Taking Away Sports Be a Go-To Discipline for Parents?

Accepting consequences from actions is one of the most important lessons parents teach their children while growing up. Taking away time with friends, devices, and competing in sports are all common practices. Our episode today discusses whether or not the removal of sports should be one of the consequences suffered from poor decision making. Adam is joined by Southeast Regional Coach Kyle Elmendorf for this episode. Learn more about the leadership coaching Kyle provides – https://leademup.com/live-training/kyle-elmendorf/ – You can also follow him on Twitter – @k_elmendorf

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