Coach Tim Law is a person I have known for several decades as a teacher and coach at Hancock Central School in Hancock, NY.
As someone who has spent his career helping students of all ages in the classroom, the athletic arenas and with important life lessons, Tim has developed a variety of strategies, ideas and tips to assist teens and young adults.
He firmly believes in three core principles that will absolutely allow everyone applying them to achieve success literally in any area they are involved in.
What are these core principles?
They are a solid work ethic, continually improving people and communication skills and always going the extra mile with their efforts in the world of work and life. These are things Tim can help your teen/young adult with quickly and effectively.
With so many others doing just enough to get by, this three pronged formula brings into play what is known as the Law of Contrast. Anyone using these three principles will immediately and absolutely STAND OUT in whatever work or endeavor they are involved in.
Take a few minutes to subscribe to Tim’s YouTube channel, Playing it Forward Coaching and then a few more minutes to watch the interview he and I did.
If you or your teen/young adult are interested in speaking with Tim with a no cost, no obligation Zoom or FaceTime call of about 15 minutes or so, let me know and I can set this up.
This way, both of you can get an idea whether you have a fit for you to experience his unique and successful coaching. I know you will like what you have to hear and he can show your teen/young adult the key ideas that will allow them to accelerate their progress with these three principles and many more.
Always remember, you and your kids are ESSENTIAL and Tim can absolutely help them become much more self-reliant. Isn’t this what every parent wants for their children, self-reliance?
Tim’s schedule is extremely busy but this kind of help is truly his passion. Check out his YouTube channel and, if this makes sense to meet and speak with him, I can help you set this up.