If you have talent, just be who you are, be yourself, and don’t over throw.
Most of us think that we already know what does mental toughness is, but the truth is we still needs to develop and learn. It’s not about how young or how old you are, the real deal is have you develop your mental toughness on its peak.
What mental toughness means is being able to overcome adversity, being able to be honest and truthful with yourself during failure. At the end of the day, you as a player want to be successful. You as a parent want to give your child the best opportunity to be successful. The best thing you can do is prepare them with building true confidence. If I were to change anything, I would be focusing more on building my own confidence than caring about what other players or coaches thought about me.