For nearly two decades, Cubby Bice has been the president of Bice Wealth Management, a financial advisory firm based in Mooresville, North Carolina. He and his team assist clients with their individual and business planning needs by creating comprehensive and holistic plans. Cubby Bice has also been a member of the Chairman’s Council at SagePoint Financial for the past ten years and a guest financial lecturer at local colleges such as Lenoir Rhyne, UNC Greensboro, and Catawba College. Outside work, he volunteers his time coaching basketball, football, and baseball with local youth programs.
Though often seen as a fun activity for kids to do with their friends, a youth baseball program has multiple benefits beyond the playing field. From improved social skills to increased confidence, your child will reap the rewards of being part of a team.
As children grow older, learning how to interact with others and work together toward a common goal becomes increasingly important. Joining a baseball team can help, as it allows them to make new friends and learn how to communicate and cooperate. Working as part of a team also teaches children the value of compromise and how to see things from another person’s perspective.
Taking part in organized sports can be a great way to boost confidence, particularly in kids who are shy or have low self-esteem. As children become more skillful at baseball and start seeing results from their hard work, they’ll become more confident in their abilities on and off the field. This newfound confidence can transfer to other areas of life, such as at school and in friendships.