O cofundador da CUFA bate um papo com Leo Jaime sobre como as periferias podem virar referência de potência, e não de carência Aos dezesseis anos Celso Athayde já havia morado em três favelas do Rio de Janeiro. Quando criança, aos seis, viveu sob o viaduto de Madureira. Mas foi armado dessas duras experiências que ele se reconstruiu: foi camelô, descobriu o ativismo, fundou a Central Única das Favelas, a CUFA, e ainda neste mês de outubro levou o prêmio de Empreendedor Social do Ano pela Fundação Schwab. Homenageado também pelo prêmio Trip Transformadores 20/21, hoje ele está à frente da Favela Holding, conjunto de empresas que tem como objetivo impulsionar o desenvolvimento de negócios e de profissionais nas favelas. É sobre essa guinada vertiginosa – numa conversa não menos entusiasmada – que Celso e o ator e cantor Leo Jaime conversam e pensam juntos sobre o Brasil e como suas periferias podem virar referências de potência ao invés de carência. O encontro aconteceu no programa Prêmio Trip Transformadores 2021, que foi ao ar pela TV Cultura em junho, mas que agora você pode curtir também em áudio no Trip FM, disponível no player nesta página ou no Spotify. [IMAGE=https://revistatrip.uol.com.br/upload/2021/10/616991910a137/trip-fm-celso-athayde-mh.jpg; CREDITS=Reprodução; LEGEND=Celso Athayde fundou a Central Única das Favelas, a CUFA; ALT_TEXT=Celso Athayde] Leo Jaime. Não sei se você se lembra, mas a última vez que a gente se encontrou foi no palco do Theatro Municipal entregando o prêmio Anu pra mostrar e trazer visibilidade a projetos que atendem a CUFA. Foi muito legal porque estávamos levando para o palco pessoas que se destacaram, fizeram ensino superior e voltaram para a periferia criando projetos. Celso Athayde. Me lembro muito bem. Você apresentou um prêmio junto com a Fernanda Lima. E você foi brilhante, eu já era seu fã. Sou de Bangu, da Favela do Sapo. Tinha um cassino por lá e durante muitos anos eu dancei o teu som. Te encontrar no palco foi um momento muito bacana na minha vida e na vida da CUFA. Pra mim foi muito importante participar da premiação porque fico achando que no percurso da minha vida pode ter sido tudo em vão, que a gente não conseguiu mudar nada na realidade brasileira. Você falou da sua origem na Favela do Sapo, mas antes disso você chegou ao Viaduto de Madureira. Queria que você contasse isso. A gente sempre sonha e normalmente não vê um número significativo de pessoas que nos façam acreditar nessa mudança. Sou de um bairro chamado Olinda, na Baixada Fluminense, de uma cidade chamada Nilópolis, de uma favela chamada Cabral. Meus pais se separaram quando eu tinha 6 anos de idade e ambos eram alcoólatras. Eles brigavam todos os dias, eram brigas muito violentas e ali eles tiveram a última briga deles. Minha mãe resolveu ir embora de casa. Ela sempre voltava porque sabia que tinha dois filhos e pensava que na rua passaríamos necessidades muito maiores do que as que já tínhamos. Nesse dia, ela não voltou. Foi morar embaixo do viaduto Negrão de Lima em Madureira e ficou ali durante seis anos. Dos 6 aos 12 anos de idade era ali que a gente morava. Teve uma grande enchente no Rio uma vez e fomos remanejados para o abrigo Pavilhão de São Cristóvão, que hoje é a feira dos paraíbas. Aos 14, fui então para a Favela do Sapo. Meu irmão foi assassinado e a gente continuou nossa luta e eu voltei depois para Madureira, na condição de camelô, no mesmo viaduto onde tinha vivido. Ali, começo a juntar os camelôs todos e fazemos festas em datas comemorativas como Cosme e Damião, Natal, e é meu primeiro encontro com aquele espaço que tinha sido meu abrigo, vira uma grande festa. Sempre quis fazer uma revolução com aquela rapaziada. É curioso que você transformou o lugar em que passou seis anos da sua infância em espaço pra você se lançar e mostrar o seu sonho. Podia ser um lugar de lembranças ruins, mas você conseguiu não só ressignificar, mas transformar o espaço. Como é que você manteve o sonho vivo? A vantagem do período em que vivi na rua era que eu tinha minha mãe do meu lado. Apesar da relação com o álcool, ela era nossa grande referência, prezava muito pela honestidade. Um dos valores mais expressivos das periferias é justamente a moral, a ética e os códigos de lealdade. Obviamente, as notícias que mais circulam são de uma minoria que acaba se transformando numa anomalia moral por conta das anomalias sociais ali. Pior do que morar na rua é nascer na rua, eu tive essa vantagem. Mesmo morando na rua, eu tinha medo da rua. Tinha medo da disputa do lugar para dormir, e aquilo podia custar sua vida. Quem nasce na rua nem tem esse medo. Eu sempre sonhei em ser rico, achava que tinha nascido no lugar errado e precisava encontrar meu castelo. Eu sempre soube que seria rico, sem nenhuma habilidade ou objetivo. Um tempo depois, percebo que minha habilidade era aquela de juntar gente, fazer festa com elas e desejar uma revolução. Lembro que o Bagulhão, do Comando Vermelho, deu pra gente ler “Guerra e Paz”. Eu não sabia ler e ele deu um prazo de seis meses pra fazer uma arguição. Quem não tivesse lido tomaria tiro na mão, então obviamente tentei aprender a ler rápido, mas não consegui. O tempo passou, ele não deu tiro na mão de ninguém, mas comecei a fazer rap pra fazer a revolução. O rap teve protagonismo no mundo todo. Não vejo aqui tocando no rádio músicas que falem da nossa realidade. O rap sempre fez isso, mas virou nicho. É como ser negro. A gente tem que ter orgulho de ser negro, mas a gente não pode apenas ser negro, porque senão você vira nicho também. Quando um homem vai à Lua, ele vai à Lua. Quando um negro vai à Lua, é um negro indo à Lua. Então a gente precisa se colocar no lugar onde está todo mundo. A gente não pode aceitar que nos coloquem em uma caixinha, como fazem com os pretos em partidos políticos, racializando os votos. Celso, eu escrevi “ela não gosta de mim, mas é porque eu sou pobre”, ou “você vai de carro pra escola e eu só vou à pé”. São músicas que falam da dificuldade do jovem que não tem dinheiro em se sentir merecedor de amor. Eu acho que há uma relação grande entre a desvalia do indivíduo com sua incapacidade de ver o seu lugar no mundo. Como é que a gente pode fazer? Dando exemplo? A gente faz tudo na vida pensando na tal da mobilidade social. Quando sua mãe manda você estudar, ela tá pensando que você vai ser uma pessoa com mais poder aquisitivo a partir de um emprego melhor. Seja qual for o conselho que você receber, estão sempre pensando em como é que a sociedade vai abrir as portas pra você. Particularmente, não acredito numa sociedade em que todo mundo vá ser igual. Eu acredito que a gente pode lutar por uma sociedade em que o filho do dono do prédio e o filho do porteiro tenham a possibilidade de sonhar com melhores alternativas. Hoje eu tenho 25 empresas e eu falo favelês. Imagina se as pessoas que vêm de onde eu venho tivessem aulas de negócios na favela. Elas teriam muito mais oportunidades e alternativas. O fato é que a gente tá sempre estudando para ser motorista do filho do patrão do meu pai. Essa pirâmide não muda e ela está formatada para não mudar. Falta de dinheiro causa até fim de casamento. Ninguém quer ser pobre não, gente! Tem questões afetivas em ficar ou sair da favela, então você sai, como fazem os jogadores de futebol. E a falta de dinheiro faz com que você não consiga tratar dos seus dentes, da sua saúde, sua família não consiga se alimentar bem… Não dá para ser feliz assim. Ter dinheiro não significa que você vá ser feliz, mas que vai conseguir cuidar melhor das dores da vida.
It's Braves vs Dodgers again, SF Giants screwed by same umpire twice, another play that MLB in all its ignorance refuses to review, Cards fire manager, Yankees fire coaches, Greatest CFB players ever from Arkansas California & Colorado, what happens to your NIL money if you're benched I'm looking at you Spencer Rattler, Paul Finebaum says James Franklin is next coach at Southern Cal & Bama is going down, what SEC coaches get paid, ESPN still the NFL's biach, Pete Rose goes off on Joey Gallo, let them vote on Pete Rose for the HoF, WTH is on top of Wayne Gretzky's head? Myles Garrett's spooky QB Hallowe'en decorations, Strange life & death of boxer Stanley Ketchel, chickens come home to roost for Adam Schefter, former Hawks player says vaccine gave him blood clots, petedavis.buzzsprout.com, Pete's Tweets, This Day in Sports History. Come for breakdown of Braves-Dodgers NLCS, stay for clueless ESPN Sportscenter anchor who doesn't know baseball but then I repeat myself
The WBB Tournament to expand, Washington AD Jen Cohen on NIL, college football TV ratings analysis and much more. Be sure to check your inbox to see more of today's news and notes from around the nation. We would love to know what you think of the show and you can let us know on social media @D1ticker. If you are not subscribed to D1.ticker, you can and should subscribe at www.d1ticker.com/.
This week on “Off the Cuff” we're bringing listeners a new podcast format featuring in-depth discussion with NASFAA staff on the latest pressing regulatory topics and questions. Justin is joined by NASFAA Policy Analyst Jill Desjean and NASFAA U Instructor David Tolman to discuss how a rule from the Department of Education on distance learning changed the treatment of return of Title IV funds in term-based programs that offer modules. David addresses some of the questions he and his team are receiving on the topic before Jill details recent guidance on how student athletes' academic scholarships could affect their estimated financial assistance and what aid offices should be aware of. Listeners, we want to hear from you! Leave us a comment and let us know what topics you want covered on future episodes.
John Canzano talks with Oregon State defensive back Jaydon Grant to discuss the Beavers recent loss on the road at Washington State as they enter a bye week. Canzano asks Grant how the team is responding from the loss, what was going on defensively when the Beavers' struggled against the pass against the Cougars, following NIL and the Pac-12 United efforts what else is on the checklist for college athletes, how does he define good leadership, and much more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter
Bobby is joined by Amanda Christovich of Front Office Sports to get up to speed on everything having to do with the brand new Name, Image and Likeness rules in college athletics! Christovich - a Hoya alum - explained the NIL rules, gave some examples of schools that are already ahead of the curve, what it means for recruiting, talked about Georgetown's Blueprint program and what built in advantages she thinks the Hoyas brand already can provide student-athletes. We also heard some of her stories from her time in Hoya Blue including Chiptole and JT3. It's all here so subscribe and listen to Kente Korner today! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode we discuss the latest misstep by Jaguars coach Urban Meyer as well as the recent email scandal involving John Gruden. We also discuss the AFC West and whether NIL has been a good or a bad thing.
On BJB tonight @DavidWoods007 the @ButlerMBB beat writer for @indystar will join us to preview the Bulldogs. Then Greg Lazaroff from @ProCamps comes aboard to discuss the exciting NIL event for the @BluejayMBB team.@1620TheZone
It's time to dive right into a brand new episode of the Keeper of the Games podcast with Blake Cripps and Tommy Castor!!On this episode #81:-The brand new world of Name, Image & Likeness (NIL) in college athletics is officially here and it's a crazy new world where college athletes can begin to monetize their NIL with sponsorship deals. At a local level, at the University of Kansas, there is a brand new company that was formed to represent the interests of student athletes, specifically the men's basketball program. Matt and Ryan Baty formed 6th Man Strategies and Matt joins Blake and Tommy on the opening segment to discuss 6th Man and the world of NIL in college athletics.-It was a terrible effort all the way around with the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday night football, getting blown out by the Buffalo Bills 38-20. Blake and Tommy discuss the issues on both sides of the football for the Chiefs and what can be done to turn things around for the 2-3 Chiefs and salvage their playoff hopes.-It was an epic Holy War between Bishop Carroll and Kapaun Mt. Carmel over the weekend as Bishop Carroll got the victory and solidified themselves as the favorite to win the City League. Blake and Tommy discuss that rivalry, plus where Wichita Northwest stands in the GWAL.-Our Wichita Whiparound gives an update on Wichita State volleyball, Riverfront stadium hosting the first ever football game for the Jayhawk Conference championship game, plus Ramon Borrego of the Wichita Wind Surge winning Manager of the Year for the Double A Central.Make sure to hit subscribe so you never miss an episode. You can listen on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, TuneIn Radio and more! Check out our new website at www.kogsports.com. Watch full episodes on YouTube and Facebook by searching for Keeper of the Games. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @KOGpod.Follow Blake @becripps & Tommy @TweetsFromTommy. #KOGpod
In this episode we interview Daria Luchessi. Daria is as inspirational as they come. Daria is a former All American, DI Lacrosse player having graduated in May 2021. As a full time student athlete she won a national championship, 3 CAA conference titles, & founded 3 companies. In 2018, she founded a Lacrosse Training Company, Lacrosse Tutor, coaching 500+ players across 13 different states during her summer breaks. In 2020, Daria launched Lax Ops, the sport's 1st online training community platform featuring lacrosse's top professional athletes. Lax Ops & Lacrosse Tutor led Daria to consult for multiple sports training companies & coaches leading her to combine both her love for technology & coaching to launch her next venture - Pro Theory. In this episode, we learn what it's like being a student athlete managing a business, what she would have done if NIL were allowed during her time, and the synergy between sports and entrepreneurship. Pro Theory's Website - www.protheory.co Website: www.darlucchesi.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Social: @darlucchesi LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daria-lucchesi/ Get our Rookie Mistakes course to help you avoid the common mistakes young athletes make from a financial and career perspective. This course will help give you the playbook you need to give yourself the best chance for financial success and more. https://afrugalathlete.thinkific.com/courses/rookie-mistakes For more information on how to be smarter with your money check out our website at www.afrugalathlete.com Follow us on Social Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/afrugalathlete/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/FrugalAthlete LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/a-frugal-athlete/ Follow Amobi Okugo [Founder] Twitter:https://twitter.com/amobisays Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/amobisays/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/okugo/
Bernie Fratto shares why certain NIL deals in college football are not looking so good, and brings the crew in to share their opinions. Plus, Bernie gives props to an AFC West QB, talks NBA preseason betting, and he and the crew share their thoughts on their favorite announcers in sports. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
In this milestone episode of the podcast, host Emily Van Buskirk is joined by two members of the Coastal Carolina football program to talk about how the Chanticleers have made college football fun again. (Disclaimer: college football is pretty fun already). First, Emily chats with senior long snapper CJ Schrimpf about his junior college journey and how he found his way to Conway, what it's like to be part of this Chanticleer team and his NIL deal with a local limo company that allows him and a few of his teammates to arrive to home games in style.Later, Emily is joined by Coastal Carolina football Coordinator of Player Personnel Colton Korn, who talks about coaching with his brother, Co-Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach Willy Korn, playing in hostile Sun Belt environments and what its been like to watch head coach Jamey Chadwell build something special in South Carolina. Make sure to follow the show on all the socials: @sidelinesasss on Twitter and Instagram and Sideline Sass on Facebook. Plus, don't forget to check out the website where audio, video and written sass converge at www.SidelineSasss.com.Follow Emily on Twitter and Instagram at @Emilnem, follow CJ Schrimpf on Twitter and Instagram at @CJ_Schrimpf and follow Colton Korn on Twitter at @CoachColtonKorn and on Instagram at @ckorn11.
An update on the Constitution Committee and their two-step process, NCAA President Mark Emmert on the aforementioned committee, gender equity and NIL, UNC Greensboro Chancellor Franklin Gilliam on desired qualities in the next Spartans AD and more. Be sure to check your inbox to see more of today's news and notes from around the nation. We would love to know what you think of the show and you can let us know on social media @D1ticker. If you are not subscribed to D1.ticker, you can and should subscribe at www.d1ticker.com/.
Andy Katz welcomes NCAA President Mark Emmert, who provides insight on three current issues in college sports – gender equity actions, the NIL environment and the work of the Constitution Committee.
Juice is joined by friend of the podcast, Doug. Together they discuss some more sports related topics. First, they discuss the teams they were and are fans of currently. They then discuss the upcoming NBA season and how unvaccinated players are making headlines. They discuss what teams they think will make the finals. After, a lengthy discussion on the racial elements of NIL in the NCAA, they have a discussion about high school. Intro Music by @DJCBATTLE
Former Boise State AD Curt Apsey heading to San Diego State, Charlotte AD Mike Hill on NIL and the 49ers' trajectory, the impact of Overtime Elite and G League Ignite and much more. Be sure to check your inbox to see more of today's news and notes from around the nation. We would love to know what you think of the show and you can let us know on social media @D1ticker. If you are not subscribed to D1.ticker, you can and should subscribe at www.d1ticker.com/.
Jamy provides us with an exciting announcement about the release of his new book "The Captain". "The Captain" is about a star quarterback turned hotshot fighter pilot. Even though he has always held a position of leadership, it is not until he crashes his jet that he starts to understand what real leadership is. Visit TheCaptainBook.com to save money on autographed paperback preorders, join the book launch team, get an advanced reader copy, or get team discounts. - - - - - The Success is a Choice podcast network is made possible, in part, by TheLeadershipPlaybook.com. Great teams have great teammates and everyone can be a person of influence. Build a stronger culture today by helping athletes become better teammates and more positive leaders. Get $100 off your first year when you use the coupon code SUCCESS at checkout. Chin Up Chest Out is also a proud partner of the Success is a Choice podcast network. ChinUpChestOut.com is more than a great apparel brand, it's a movement. A portion of all sales of their fabulous merchandise and apparel goes to support mental health initiatives. Our listeners can get 10% off and free shipping with promo code PLAYBOOK. With the new NIL (name, image, and likeness) rules, they are looking for college athletes to be brand ambassadors. - - - - Please consider rating the podcast with 5 stars and leaving a quick review on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are the lifeblood of a podcast. This helps tremendously in bringing the podcast to the attention of others. Thanks again for listening and remember that “Success is a choice. What choice will you make today?” - - - - Jamy Bechler is the author of three books including The Bus Trip and The Leadership Playbook, host of the Success is a Choice Podcast, professional speaker, and trains organizations on creating championship cultures. He is also a certified John Maxwell leadership coach. Bechler spent 20 years as a college basketball coach and administrator. He has worked with businesses and teams, including the NBA. Follow him on Twitter at @CoachBechler. To connect with him via email or find out about his services, please contact speaking@CoachBechler.com. You can also subscribe to his insights on success and leadership by clicking here.
From "Pay Me w/ John Holden" Should Top College Athletes Earn $800,000 A Year? Some Believe So For Martin Jenkins and other members of the 2014 Clemson Tigers football team, it was a simple rallying cry, but others saw a financial opportunity. The three-word phrase, “We Too Deep”, began as an internal mantra, chanted by players in the locker room and on the sidelines, but it took on a life of its own when Martin transformed it into a song and coaxed his teammates to help produce a music video. The song became an anthem for the team and the video went viral. It didn't take long for retailers to cash in on the popularity and soon “We Too Deep” shirts flooded the Clemson campus. After trying to sell his own line of shirts, Martin was quickly shut down by Clemson's compliance officers, who told him that the sales would be a violation of NCAA rules, which prohibit college athletes from earning money during their playing careers. For more than a century the NCAA has served as the chief governing body of college sports in the United States. Comprised of three divisions, the organization regulates more than 1,000 institutions nationwide and has swelled into a multibillion dollar outfit, as media companies have paid ever-increasing sums for the broadcast rights to marquee competitions like the College Football Playoffs and the NCAA basketball tournament (better known as March Madness). In 2014, while still a junior at Clemson, Martin turned his newfound interest into advocacy, signing on as a plaintiff in what was described by ESPN as “the most direct challenge yet to the NCAA's long standing economic model”. The antitrust claim pushed for student athletes to be paid according to their value on the open market, asserting that the NCAA has illegally limited a player's compensation to their athletic scholarship. It was consolidated with a separate, narrower lawsuit filed around the same time on behalf of former West Virginia running back Shawne Alston, whose lawsuit focused on targeting the NCAA for it's caps on education-related benefits. Martin Jenkins and Alston's battle culminated in June, when the Supreme Court ruled unanimously in favor of the former athletes. A week after the decision, the NCAA bowed to mounting pressure by announcing rules that would allow student athletes to make money off their name, image and likeness (commonly known by the abbreviation “NIL”); a policy that would have enabled Martin to capitalize off of the success of his music video and the phrase “We Too Deep”. Even with these watershed developments, which upended the NCAA's stringent rules against compensating student athletes; the model has not been completely dismantled. Student athletes won't start collecting salaries from their universities and the NCAA remains adamant that they should not be considered employees. That change, should it ever arrive, is certainly years away. Richard Borghesi, a business professor at the University of South Florida, modeled a scenario in 2016 wherein players in college football, by far the most lucrative sport in the NCAA (from 2003 to 2014 college football brought in $2.28 billion per year), would receive a cut of NCAA revenue similar to the cut, 47%, received by NFL players. His ultimate goal was to estimate how much money players would earn if the NCAA allowed them to be paid. He calculates the very best players would be due around $800,000 a year due to the staggering amounts of money they generate for their schools and smaller school players would be due around $21,000 a year. Borghesi wrote a similar scenario within college basketball and estimated that the best players would earn about $613,000 while the least heralded recruits would earn about $50,000. During oral arguments in March about the case, supreme court justices were unimpressed by the NCAA's attorneys insistence that student athletes retain their “amateur” status. While the revenues generated by big time programs are used to subsidize the often-enormous salaries of coaches (Clemson coach Dabo Swinney has a $8.3 million annual salary) and the world-class training facilities on campus, supreme court justice Samuel Alito stated: “...the athletes themselves have a pretty hard life”. For his part, Martin Jenkins said that although he came from an upper-middle class family, many of his teammates struggled financially during their time at Clemson. Martin stated: “They face training requirements that leave little time or energy for study, constant pressure to put sports above study, pressure to drop out of hard majors and hard classes, really shockingly low graduation rates. Only a tiny percentage ever go on to make any money in professional sports (fewer than 2% go on to play professionally). So the argument is they are recruited, they're used up and then they're cast aside without even a college degree...how can this be defended in the name of amateurism?” "Pay Me" Full Episode Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3zI7FYI Apple: https://apple.co/39M8VzA PodBean: https://bit.ly/3kPn0lO
EJ and MH jumped on the mic with Sivonnia L. DeBarros on this episode of Black in Sports. Mrs. DeBarros a former division 1 track & field hurdler has accomplished her life long dream of practice law! Now representing athletes, businesses and providing resources with the new NCAA NIL phenomenon.Conversation began with the Florida natives EJ and Mrs. DeBarros remembering growing up in Gainesville and Tampa, FL respectively. Mrs. DeBarros attending University of South Florida competing in the hurdles and 400 meter dash for the track team. She discussed with MH the importance of athletics and the mental release it gave her in terms of every day life as a student athlete.From college, she shot her shot and created the SL DeBarros Law Firm, LLC. The boutique practice is dedicated to serving our client's interests through business, employment and sports & entertainment. She was not done; the author of Best-Selling book What Are You Sporting About? Led EJ and MH down the path of the creation of work along with the launch of the podcast "What Are You Sporting About?." Hear who Mrs. DeBarros dreams of having as a guest on her podcast, let's make that happen! Lastly, the NIL! Mrs. DeBarros talked about her latest book "Athletes Making Moves." It's the first book on Name, Image and Likeness for every athlete and athletic administrator. Tune in to hear about the success of the book and her concerns with NIL moving forward! Lock in.Connect with Mrs. DeBarros below:LinkedIn/FB/IG @sldebarroslawSports brands: IG/FB @whatareyousportingabout @athletesmakingmovesFor more Black in Sports additional content on our podcast see linktree: https://linktr.ee/blackinsports |Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/blackinsports | YouTube - @blackinsports | Instagram - @blackinsports | Twitter - @blackinsports | Website - https://www.blackinsports.com/ | Thank you & we appreciate you! #awardwinningpodcast #bestsportspodcast #blackpodwinner#fortheculture #blackinsports #sportsbusiness #podcast #tellingblackstories #blackowner #Blackeffect #sportsbiz #BlackPlayersForChange #sportsnews #blackowned #blackmedia #HBCULeaguePass #blackpodcastmatter
In today's episode of the 2-Minute Drill, Success is a Choice podcast host, Jamy Bechler mentions the classic Abbott & Costello comedy skit "Who's on First" and what we can learn from it. He encourages us to LEARN TO LISTEN AND LISTEN TO LEARN. The 2-Minute Drill is a short and sweet segment that examines insights regarding success, business, teamwork, culture, or leadership. - - - - The Success is a Choice podcast network is made possible, in part, by TheLeadershipPlaybook.com. Great teams have great teammates and everyone can be a person of influence. Build a stronger culture today by helping athletes become better teammates and more positive leaders. Get $100 off your first year when you use the coupon code SUCCESS at checkout. Chin Up Chest Out is also a proud partner of the Success is a Choice podcast network. ChinUpChestOut.com is more than a great apparel brand, it's a movement. A portion of all sales of their fabulous merchandise and apparel goes to support mental health initiatives. Our listeners can get 10% off and free shipping with promo code PLAYBOOK. With the new NIL (name, image, and likeness) rules, they are looking for college athletes to be brand ambassadors. - - - - Please consider rating the podcast with 5 stars and leaving a quick review on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are the lifeblood of a podcast. This helps tremendously in bringing the podcast to the attention of others. Thanks again for listening and remember that “Success is a choice. What choice will you make today?” - - - - Jamy Bechler is the author of three books including The Bus Trip and The Leadership Playbook, host of the Success is a Choice Podcast, professional speaker, and trains organizations on creating championship cultures. He is also a certified John Maxwell leadership coach. Bechler spent 20 years as a college basketball coach and administrator. He has worked with businesses and teams, including the NBA. Follow him on Twitter at @CoachBechler. To connect with him via email or find out about his services, please contact speaking@CoachBechler.com. You can also subscribe to his insights on success and leadership by clicking here.
Welcome to the the final slow news week for college basketball until the middle of April. Parrish & Norlander take you inside more of their exclusive conversations with coaches by discussing the results of their Candid Coaches series, which is wrapping this week. Links to the stories are posted below. The ep opens with coaches' belief that Oklahoma and Texas leaving for the SEC is bad for college basketball. Then: Why is cheating clearly increasing (14:10) even though NIL is now a fabric of the sport? Topic No. 3: Will the G League Unite program and Overtime Elite (32:00) appreciably impact the viability and appeal of college hoops? Best new hire (46:15) was a blowout; Texas' Chris Beard won big. And with Coach K leaving, who will become the most prominent face of college basketball (54:00) going forward? • Best coaching hire? • Is cheating getting worse in the age of NIL? • Will G League and Overtime meaningfully worsen college hoops? • Oklahoma and Texas leaving the Big 12: good or bad for the sport? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
David Curtiss, USA National teamer and NC State freshman, announced today that he has inked deals with TYR and GoSwim. David finished 6th at 2021 US Olympic Trials in the 50 Free. He is one of Team USA's up and coming sprint studs. He joins Katie Ledecky, Simone Manuel, Michael Andrew, Beefy T Shields, and more as TYR sponsored athletes. GoSwim, created by Glenn Mills, is a video library of the world's best swimmers teaching you the best stroke technique and drills to make you a better swimmer. David Curtiss also shares his race strategy in the 50 Freestyle. He breaks it down in 4 components. Enjoy! 00:00 Swimming Sponsors 03:30 Hello David Curtiss 04:30 NC State 06:45 2021 Olympic Trials 11:45 Best mental state 14:00 50 Free Race Strategy 16:00 Start & Underwaters 20:00 TYR 21:30 NIL changes 23:45 GoSwim Support Our Sponsors: THE MAGIC 5: Custom fitted goggles that are tailor-made for your exact face. You shouldn't feel you are wearing goggles. Use code BRETTHAWKE20 at checkout to receive 20% off. SWIM ANGELFISH: Receive the tools and skills needed to teach swimmers with autism, physical disabilities, anxiety, sensory and motor conditions with Swim Angelfish, the global leader in adaptive swim. Get certified online today! SUPERIOR SWIM TIMING: Run a swim meet with ease from your laptop. SST is fully compatible with Hy-Tek and Team Unify as well as Colorado, Daktronics, and Omega touchpads. Tell them Brett sent you! DESTRO SWIM TOWERS: Save $150 per double swim tower by using the code "brett" at checkout! SWIMNERD LIVE: Create an interactive heat sheet. Stream your swim meet scoreboard in real time over top your live stream. Turn any tv into a digital scoreboard. Subscribe & Listen: Apple Podcasts Google Spotify YouTube Produced by: SWIMNERD Supported by: Fitter & Faster #swimming #tyr #ncstate
Former NFL linebacker and two-time Emmy winner Emmanuel Acho, Clemson running back Darien Rencher and AP Pro Football Writer Barry Wilner join host Rob Maaddi. Acho discusses which rookie quarterback is best set up for success, the NCAA's new NIL rules and more. Rencher discusses his journey from walk-on to sixth-year senior. Wilner looks back at Brady vs. Belichick and ahead to a rematch of the AFC championship game this weekend.
Estimated reading time: 2 minutes While many of you are immersed in football there's a large number of fans who can't wait for the return of college basketball. The countdown is on and we thought it might be a good time to invite Tristan Freeman of Busting Brackets on to talk hoops. We get into their preseason Top 25 Power Rankings by looking at the Way-Too-Early version from April and the latest released in September. It gives us a good look at the impact of the transfer portal, both good and bad and how some of the 'COVID Seniors' impact teams as well. Freeman goes through the top 5 teams for us by looking at personnel. That's not all though. We get his thoughts on how the transfer portal is improving the game and how NIL may help keep players around longer. Then it's time for a look at the top teams in the ACC. Why Virginia Tech and Louisville were part of the earlier rankings but aren't any longer. What moved Virginia into the Honorable Mention category? Some thoughts on coaches, players and what the future holds. Don't forget to feed the kitty so the guys won't have to walk uphill both ways through blizzards this Winter. It's very much appreciated! DONATE College Basketball With Tristan Freeman Have you followed or subscribed to ACC Nation yet? You can listen to us through your favorite podcast platform, on ACC Nation Radio or watch us on YouTube. We'd appreciate a five-star review of the show as well. Be sure to listen to the Weekend Wrap on ACC Nation for the latest on ACC football. https://youtu.be/6DzoI4NGesQ
Jonathan and Geoff bring you the cavalcade of news this week from the intersection of sports and politics: drama in Jacksonville with Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer, the impact of name, image, and likeness (NIL) compensation deals in college sports, and professional athletes talking openly about whether or not they want to take the COVID-19 vaccine.
Mike Max talks with Clint Cosgrove from Rivals.com about the changes in recruiting, players using their NIL, the transfer portal, should the U of M change their recruiting process, Urban Meyer and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Our fearless hosts discuss who the best team in the SEC is and whether or not the SEC is actually the best conference in college basketball this season. In addition, they discuss the impact that NIL legislation is going to have on college sports moving forward, and discuss the craziest fan bases in college basketball. SUBSCRIBE to the Field of 68 THE FIELD OF 68 IS POWERED BY BET RIVERS FOLLOW: Rob Dauster John Fanta Terrence Oglesby Twitter Instagram Youtube https://thefieldof68.com
Today's guest on "The Coachable Coach" series is Jared Ronai, head men's basketball coach at Mount Vernon Nazarene University. "The Coachable Coach" series on the Success is a Choice Podcast Network goes beyond the X's and O's as Jamy Bechler talks with some of the best sports coaches. Jamy talks with coaches who value growth, improvement, and leadership – not just with their athletes but for themselves, as well. They believe that a strong culture doesn't just happen by accident. Good coaches may know the X's and O's, the tactics, and strategies that should lead to winning BUT great coaches know their athletes. Great coaches go beyond the X's and O's. Great coaches know how to inspire their athletes to do their best and maximize their chances for success. - - - - Jared Ronai has built a strong program during his time at Mount Vernon Nazarene University. He started off his tenure with the men's basketball program by having a 12-win turnaround from the year before. He has continued to build a winning program and a strong culture by not only having good players but emphasizing leadership. Click here for Coach Ronai's complete bio. Follow Coach Ronai on Twitter @JRonai or visit the MVNU website at MVNUcougars.com. - - - - The Success is a Choice podcast network is made possible, in part, by TheLeadershipPlaybook.com. Great teams have great teammates and everyone can be a person of influence. Build a stronger culture today by helping athletes become better teammates and more positive leaders. Get $100 off your first year when you use the coupon code SUCCESS at checkout. Chin Up Chest Out is also a proud partner of the Success is a Choice podcast network. ChinUpChestOut.com is more than a great apparel brand, it's a movement. A portion of all sales of their fabulous merchandise and apparel goes to support mental health initiatives. Our listeners can get 10% off and free shipping with promo code PLAYBOOK. With the new NIL (name, image, and likeness) rules, they are looking for college athletes to be brand ambassadors. - - - - Please consider rating the podcast with 5 stars and leaving a quick review on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are the lifeblood of a podcast. This helps tremendously in bringing the podcast to the attention of others. Thanks again for listening and remember that “Success is a choice. What choice will you make today?” - - - - Jamy Bechler is the author of three books including The Bus Trip and The Leadership Playbook, host of the Success is a Choice Podcast, professional speaker, and trains organizations on creating championship cultures. He is also a certified John Maxwell leadership coach. Bechler spent 20 years as a college basketball coach and administrator. He has worked with businesses and teams, including the NBA. Follow him on Twitter at @CoachBechler. To connect with him via email or find out about his services, please contact speaking@CoachBechler.com. You can also subscribe to his insights on success and leadership by clicking here.
This week on the show, it's all about labor, from the NFL to the NCAA. Professors Kenneth L. Shropshire from Global Sport Institute and Scott Rosner from Columbia University discuss former NFL MVP Lamar Jackson representing himself in contract extension negotiations with the Baltimore Ravens as well as a new National Labor Relations Board memo stating its case that college athletes are employees at private universities, opening the door for further options of unionization and collective bargaining.'Sports Professors' is a bimonthly production of the Global Sport Matters Podcast, where professors Kenneth Shropshire and Scott Rosner discuss the 101 on what happened in sports business. Each episode gives you a quick recap of the past week in sports, before diving deeper into a bigger topic to look at what's happening and why it matters.Stay up-to-date on the latest from Global Sport Matters, click here for more.
In this Episode of Rise Of The Real Podcast King Key, Coach Pat, and Mr. Bailey sit at the round table and discuss:How is the NIL landscape changing going to affect NCAA sports?Will the motivation of the athletes change?What is the solutions to longterm financial success for student athletes?Many more questions and topics that are related to the ones above…..Follow us on IG: @theriseofthereal @coachprogresspat @regera_key @mrbailey_6 @ea_golighty Word Of The Day: Invest: expend money with the expectation of achieving a profit or material result by putting it into financial plans, shares, or property, or by using it to develop a commercial venture.Homework: Use Youtube to learn and develop your skills.
Former BYU wide receiver Dylan Collie joined DJ & PK for his weekly visit to talk about No. 10 BYU's upcoming game against Boise State, top running backs in BYU history and how NIL changes will affect college sports.
Bodegas are the lifelines of New York City. They are community spaces and grocery stores. They often serve as a primary food source, and they are accessible to all. It's a fact that plant-based eating is healthier for you and the planet, yet access to healthy, sustainable, plant-based food is limited, if not impossible for many people. Nil Zacharias is doing something to change that. Nil saw bodegas as an opportunity to make plant-based eating easier and more accessible. The result, Plantega, a community-powered food system that not only creates greater access and exposure to plant-based foods, but also creates an additional revenue stream for the bodega owners. Nil is an entrepreneur, author of the Eat For The Planet books and host of the Eat for the Plant Podcast. He has spent the past 10 years focused on the intersection of food and sustainability and is passionate about bringing about change to our food system for the health of people and the planet. About Nil Nil is an entrepreneur, advisor, author, and podcaster who has spent the past 10 years focused on the intersection of food and sustainability. He hosts the Eat For the Planet Podcast and co-authored the Eat For the Planet books. Nil also heads Food Systems Innovation at EFFECT Partners, and is co-founder of Plantega, Spire, 8020Plants, and previously founded and ran the media platform One Green Planet. Prior to focusing on food systems change, Nil worked in the media and technology space for a decade and started his career as a lawyer in Bombay, India. Connect with Nil Plantega Website https://eatplantega.com Instagramhttps://eatplantega.com Twitter https://twitter.com/eatplantega Eat For The Planet Website https://eftp.co Eat For The Planet Podcast https://eftp.co/podcast
Jessica Smetana and The Athletic's Nicole Auerbach join to discuss Notre Dame's loss to Cincinnati, why so many teams are disappointing this season, when chanting goes wrong, the future of Fighting Irish independence, battling ESPN's monopoly, NIL and much more.
John Canzano talks with former Oregon Duck and 2x Super Champion with the Dallas Cowboys, Mel Renfro. Canzano asks Renfro what it was like to never lose a game while at Jefferson High School in Portland, how he feels about college athletes being able to take advantage of opportunities with NIL today, when did he have the most fun playing football, what were those first five or so years in the NFL like, what was Tom Landry like as a coach, details on his relationship with Mike Ditka and Ditka's non-profit organization, how many players used stickum back in his playing day and how did it start, and much more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter
#LetsTalkAboutItSuper Bowl lineup announcedLeSean McCoy retires as an EagleThursday Night Football Richard Sherman signs with Buccaneers #CollegeFootballNewsPhil Knight starting NIL company https://syndication.bleacherreport.com/amp/10013712-sabrina-ionescu-to-serve-as-chief-athlete-officer-of-oregon-focused-nil-company.amp.htmlWeek 3 recapArizona football is trashFlorida State is trashier#TakeOrTangentJaguars have lost 19 straight gamesChicago Matt Nagy ruining his QBs#TouchdownOrTurnoverHood Chinese vs Hood Mongolian Kenny's Boston trip#UnnecessaryToughnessRants
Charlie Meyer, an attorney based in Indianapolis who specializes in intellectual property (IP) law, joins this week's episode to give guidance on how to protect a personal brand through trademarks in the context of NIL. We talk about the ability (or inability) to use university marks in everything from pitches to content production, how/why a copyright lawsuit could be brought, and more. A helpful listen for athletes and agents alike. Contact Charlie at email@example.com or (317) 713-4934. Register for my NIL Workshop: https://www.jillmcbridebaxter.com/offers/TwaWTyox
On Thursday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James discusses Oregon boosters & former Nike execs launching Division Street for Ducks athletes NIL opportunities, previewing Oregon vs. Stanford, USC beat reporter Antonio Morales of The Athletic has the latest on the Trojans, Stanford coach David Shaw shares the latest personnel updates for the Cardinal and breaks down the matchup with Oregon, Washington beat reporter Mike Vorel of the Seattle Times goes over the latest on the Huskies after their win over Cal and ahead of Saturday's game at Oregon State
On the Thursday edition of The Best Of The Doug Gottlieb Show, Bill Belichick was asked about details in the new controversial book by Seth Wickersham "It's Better To Be Feared", and Doug appreciates and agrees with the way Belichick addressed it. Doug shares his thoughts on student athletes getting taxes taken out of scholarship money if they make a certain amount of NIL money. Former Patriots lineman RIch Ohrnberger joins Doug to talk about what it's like playing for Bill Belichick and with Tom Brady. Doug discusses the divorce in Philadelphia between Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons, and how Embiid's very candid words about it were spot on. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Bill Belichick was asked about details in the new controversial book by Seth Wickersham "It's Better To Be Feared", and Doug appreciates and agrees with the way Belichick addressed it. Doug shares his thoughts on student athletes getting taxes taken out of scholarship money if they make a certain amount of NIL money. Former Patriots lineman RIch Ohrnberger joins Doug to talk about what it's like playing for Bill Belichick and with Tom Brady. Plus, Dan Beyer takes Doug through a game of "I Feel A Draft". Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
John Abraham joins the show to talk about being nominated for the HoF, the Falcons slow start, if Matt Ryan can still throw the deep ball, the NFC South, the Jets and Zach Wilson, Washington's D-Line, the Browns clamping down on Justin Fields, Deebo Samuel, Jaycee Horn, the SEC, Last Chance U, and how NIL will change the NFL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The guys get into some Week 5 picks, Big 3 talk, Darren Adam Heitner joins to talk NIL, RVAHoo joins to talk UM vs UGA, and more! Roll Up is brought to you by Bennett Auto Group! Give them a call today at 800-343-2730 for haggle free pricing on your next car! The RollUp is also brought to you by Brunt Insurance. From Tallahassee to the Keys, visit BruntInsurance.com today for Auto, Home, Renters, Motorcycle, Life insurance, and more! Also brought to you by Spencer's Jerkin' Jerky! Visit spencersjerkinjerky.com for the freshest jerky ever crafted! Use promo code BIGMEAT for 10% off your order! Roll Up!
NBA Draft Guru Sam Vecenie of The Athletic joins in for this Combo's Court QuickPod. Sam gives insight and compares 2022 NBA Draft prospects Chet Holmgren and Paolo Banchero as players. He also shares thoughts on the University of Memphis' expectations this season and what NBA decision makers might be looking for from 2023 NBA draft prospect Emoni Bates. Sam chimes in the impact of the NIL. Combo asks Sam what movie he thinks is the greatest of all time. Find Sam on Twitter @Sam_Vecenie Find Combo on Twitter @CombosCourt
The Tour Spencer has now seen the Simone's Gold Over America Tour (GOATour )and he and Jessica have an...um, well...let's say difference of opinion about pretty much everything about it Spencer discusses typos, what constitutes cutesy nonsense, and the difference between gymnastics and acting Jessica cries about how the tour is changing the world one 4-year-old boy at a time Olivia Dunne and Katelyn Ohashi Olivia Dunne and Katelyn Ohashi join us to discuss the new NCAA name, image, and likeness rules (NIL), how life has changed for Olivia this summer, what Katelyn missed out on in the pre-NIL era, Katelyn's advice for Olivia, the cautionary tale that was the Aurora Games, advice for handling social media in a healthy way, and reflections on their experiences in elite. JOIN CLUB GYM NERD Join Club Gym Nerd or buy a gift membership for access to Behind the Scenes episodes. Behind the Scenes at Tour Rehearsal Behind the Scenes: Smudging Behind the Scenes: Rodeo Exercise Machine Behind the Scenes: Adventures in Crying at Disneyland Behind the Scenes: Kensley's Wedding Behind The Scenes After Olympic Trials Buy our awesome clothing and gifts here. We have masks too! And Pride gear! RELATED EPISODES Congressional Hearings and Tour Preview 2000 Olympic Trials (Group Commission) The History of Olympic Trials Controversies How to Stage a Gymnastics Protest Tokyo Olympics Recap
Guest Bio:Nick Greer is a born entrepreneur—he started selling baseball cards to his classmates when he was ten years old, mowed lawns for his neighbors, and maybe sold fireworks to neighborhood kids when he was a teenager in Arizona. He has been interested in all kinds of business and helping others his entire life.After serving an LDS mission in Romania, Nick finished a degree in Finance at Brigham Young University and became a huge fan of BYU football and basketball. He taught over 2500 students Entrepreneurship and shared his passion for building a business while he was an adjunct professor at the Y.One of Nick's first businesses was a technology and marketing company he started in 2002 called One on One Marketing. With over 7,000 websites and domains, he built one of the fastest-growing companies in the state of Utah. He later sold the company to two private equity groups.GreerCo was formed soon after, and focuses on business and real estate investments. Currently GreerCo owns and funds over two dozen businesses, thousands of multi-family units, corporate buildings, storage facilities, barns, rental properties, a gorgeously-restored flour mill, and more. Some of these businesses include Skipio—a customer-messaging platform with a strong lead-nurturing capability; and Built Bar—a low calorie, high-protein bar that tastes like candy and is taking the country by storm.Giving back has always been important to the Greer family. Nick and his wife, Deborah, created the Five12 Foundation that provides a weekend meal backpack that feeds thousands of children in his community every week. Over 50,000 bags of food will be provided to kids this school year.One of Nick's favorite things in the world is his family. He and his wife have seven good-looking and hard-working kids, who Nick loves to travel and spend time with.
Steve Palazzolo talks to Dan about backup QBs who got the job due to injury. Pat Forde tells Dan that the NIL is working perfectly in college football. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com