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The Path to Tiffany Weimer’s 12 Year Pro Career

This week I had the pleasure of interviewing 12 year professional player Tiffany Weimer.  The entire hour long conversation can be found at the (membership required).

Many of us have children who say "I want to be a professional soccer player when I grow up."  In this interview I wanted to dive into the motivation and mentality of a professional soccer player, the importance of early environment, the role of the parent and player pathways.  We also had time for live questions from parents listening about competitive tournaments and development, balancing school and soccer, and more.

In this sneak peak 4+ minute clip we talk about Tiffany's early days around the game and her keen desire to be around the ball and play...and how her parents supported this.  We go on to discuss the value and benefits of girls playing with boys (not necessarily in league play). And then - at the end of this clip - I make Tiffany cry when I ask her about what the game means to her.

You can follow Tiffany on twitter @TiffanyWeimer and be sure to check out her company - Duktig Brand and all the amazing products they have to help players and coaches.


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About the Author Skye Eddy

Founder, Skye is a former All-American goalkeeper, professional player and collegiate coach. She holds her USSF “B” License and USSF National Goalkeeper License and is an active youth coach, soccer parent and coach educator.

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