Competition: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

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November 07th, 2017 Learn to Swim

For many moms and dads, “competition” is thought to be a dirty word. For many other moms and dads, competition is thought to be an unavoidable part of life. Healthy, as well as, unhealthy competition is everywhere; on the playground, in the classroom, in organized sports, and even in the home.  Competition is not fundamentally good, bad or ugly. However, it can have positive and negative consequences. The responsibility of parents is to help their kiddos participate in healthy competitions and to avoid unhealthy competitions. SafeSplash instructor, Steve Albert, helps us identify healthy and unhealthy competitive activities and consequences!



FRANCHISE OVERVIEW:  A swim school with over a decade of proven success and the experience of over five million swimming lessons, SafeSplash’s focus is providing excellence and unexpected value to our franchisees and customers at every turn.

MISSION: Learning to swim is a defining experience in a child’s life, an experience that creates lasting memories similar to learning to ride a bike.  But unlike riding a bike, swimming is important to your child’s safety and development.  At SafeSplash, we understand…swimming is a life skill®.  Our mission is to provide the best possible experience, instructors, curriculum, and environment to the families that we have the honor of serving.  We offer a positive, fun experience to our students with the goal of helping them become a safe, happy, confident, lifelong swimmers.

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