One Bite at a Time
(From the archives (Sept 2017) It?s been a little over 3 years since the Aspen Institute?s Sport and Society Program recognized 2-4-1 Sports as one of 8 model programs in the United States in the original Project Play report. I am forever grateful for the tremendous opportunities this recognition has afforded 2-4-1, not the least of which is – a greater capacity to positively influence youth sports in this country.
Personally, it’s given me the chance to know so many wonderful, mission driven folks who truly want to ?get stuff done?. Was thrilled earlier this year to join the international Quality Coaching Collective which are just that – a collection of quality “doers”.
I continue to seek out doers! Having just gotten back from DC and the 3rd Project Play Summit, I am reminded of the wise anecdote asking ?How do you eat an elephant?? The answer of course is ?One bite at a time?… (Click HERE to read on…)
About Steve Boyle
Steve is the C0-Founder/Director of 2-4-1 Sports, whose flagship program is held at the Kingswood Oxford School in West Hartford, Conn. but now has locations throughout the United States and Canada. 2-4-1 was recently recognized by the Aspen Institute in Washington, DC as one of eight model programs in the United States for its approach to anti-specialization in youth sports. This led Steve to form the National Association of Physical Literacy – of which he is now Advisory Board Chair. Steve is also a founding member of the Quality Coaching Collective – an international group of activators around sport, movement and mindfulness. Lastly, through his role at CCG, Steve was the two-year Global Lead on Physical Literacy and Athletics for Whittle School & Studios (2018-20), which currently has campuses in Shenzhen, China and Washington, DC.