One Bite At A Time…

February 7, 2018
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 Boyle is a visionary leader and advocate for youth sports and physical literacy. As the Executive Director of 2-4-1 CARE, Inc. and Co-Founder/Director of 2-4-1 Sports, Steve stands at the forefront of the movement to transform the youth sports paradigm. His forward-thinking anti-specialization approach has garnered acclaim from esteemed institutions like the Aspen Institute. At the helm of 2-4-1, Steve has skillfully guided its expansion from its flagship location in West Hartford, Connecticut, to a range of locations across the U.S., Canada, and Africa. His leadership has not only scaled the program but also redefined the standards of youth sports Beyond the scope of 2-4-1 Sports, Steve’s influence extended to developing the National Association of Physical Literacy, where his insights as Advisory Board Chair were pivotal. His tenure as Global Lead on Physical Literacy and Athletics for Whittle School & Studios marked a significant contribution to the global community, shaping the athletic and physical education frameworks across campuses in Shenzhen and Washington, D.C. Steve is equally known for merging his expertise in counseling with his coaching acumen to create the TOP Self social-emotional learning platform. This innovative endeavor leverages sports to impart essential social-emotional learning skills, cementing Steve’s status as a national authority in physical literacy development.