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StraTEEgen-Talk- StraTEEgisch gesund leben!
Spezial: Top Learnings KW 46-48

StraTEEgen-Talk- StraTEEgisch gesund leben!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 10:35


Diese Spezialfolge gibt Dir meine 3 Top Learnings mit, die ich in den letzten drei Wochen aufgesammelt habe...Lass' Dir das nicht entgehen!Folge mir gerne auf instagram: leroy_strateegeEin Podcast, der sich um das Thema Gesundheit dreht; doch wo beginnt dieses?Im Kopf, im Körper? Warum tauchen so viele Fragen zu solchen Themen auf und wie können wir es schaffen, Mythen aufzulösen?In diesem Podcast geht es um die Zusammenarbeit des Kopfes und Körpers, die sich in Ernährung, Bewegung und dem Umgang mit Herausforderungen widerspiegelt.Mit interessanten Gesprächspartnern aus den verschiedensten Bereichen spreche ich über Fragen, die viele von Euch da draußen haben!Wer bin Ich?Mein Name ist Leroy Henze, ich bin 27 Jahre alt, Ernährungsberater, Bachelor im Sportmanagement mit Spezialisierung auf Sportpsychologie, Athletiktrainer und passionierter Sportler 

Consigli di Sport Marketing
Meglio un Manager in più che un Giocatore !

Consigli di Sport Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 4:28


In questo episodio rifletteremo insieme sul perchè sia sbagliato prendere un giocatore in più, senza investire sulle qualità dello sport management.

StraTEEgen-Talk- StraTEEgisch gesund leben!
#18- Persönlichkeiten und ihre Persönlichkeiten

StraTEEgen-Talk- StraTEEgisch gesund leben!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 20:10


Welche Persönlichkeit verbirgt sich hinter einigen Persönlichkeiten? Ein super spannendes Thema, mit dem wir uns in dieser Podcastfolge beschäftigen In dieser Folge gehe ich auf viele verschiedene Charaktereigenschaften ein und zeige Dir, was es heißt, eine Persönlichkeit zu seinFolge mir gerne auf instagram: leroy_strateegementalhealthisbodyhealthEin Podcast, der sich um das Thema Gesundheit dreht; doch wo beginnt dieses?Im Kopf, im Körper? Warum tauchen so viele Fragen zu solchen Themen auf und wie können wir es schaffen, Mythen aufzulösen?In diesem Podcast geht es um die Zusammenarbeit des Kopfes und Körpers, die sich in Ernährung, Bewegung und dem Umgang mit Herausforderungen widerspiegelt.Mit interessanten Gesprächspartnern aus den verschiedensten Bereichen spreche ich über Fragen, die viele von Euch da draußen haben!Wer bin Ich?Mein Name ist Leroy Henze, ich bin 27 Jahre alt, Ernährungsberater, Bachelor im Sportmanagement mit Spezialisierung auf Sportpsychologie, Athletiktrainer und passionierter Sportler

Fitness Lifestyle for Busy People Podcast
63 Wellness career options: PTA and Sport Management | Jessica Schultz

Fitness Lifestyle for Busy People Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 23:36


Seeking professional fulfillment? Thinking about a career transition?    Join 2x Curling Olympian, and Physical Therapist Assistant, Jessica Schultz.    Glean insights into career options as Jess shares her incredible professional journey as Director of Athlete Services at the US Curling Association, 2X Olympic Athlete, Physical Therapist Assistant, and Personal Trainer.   Listen now: Episode 63 on the Fitness Comeback Coaching Podcast. Available on Apple, Spotify, and all your favorite podcast channels. See IG Bio Link @doc.mnb   Contact Jess:  IG: Rockthis1life Jessica.schultz@olympian.org   #fitnesspodcast #physicaltherapist assistant #sportmanagement #personaltraining #curling #Olympics #careeroptions #education #healthcareers #wellnesscareers #physicaltherapy #lifelonglearning #personaldevelopment #athlete #careertransition 

Touching Base: PR Edition
Touching Base: Adrianne Lighbourne

Touching Base: PR Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 38:43


On this episode of Touching Base: PR Edition, we have an interview with Adrianne Lightbourne, the owner of Delores Communications. In this episode, we talk about so many things including the transition from journalism to PR, making your way in the industry and building connections and how she scaled her agency. Adrianne's Links: Instagram LinkedIn Website TOUCHING BASE: PR EDITION WEBSITE: touchingbasepr.com Touching Base: PR Edition is a motivating resource for those looking to break into the public relations industry. Through fun and informative podcast episodes including guests such as public relations professionals, founders and more, listeners will gain a better understanding for the public relations industry and the steps to make their own mark within it. Make sure to subscribe to the show on whatever platform you are listening on and get connected on Instagram @touchingbase_pr to ask questions and get sneak peeks of special guests! For guest inquiries, sponsorships, and general questions please email: jamie@touchingbasepr.com About The Host Hi! My name is Jamie Goerke. I'm used to the 280 character limit that Twitter gives me, but since I have more room here, let me tell you about myself! I graduated from Binghamton University in December of 2020 with a BA in English and I am looking to go into a career in the realm of public relations and social media. My passion lies in the field of athletics, whether that be college, professional sports, or athlete branding and marketing. However, I am open to learning and growing in different fields and have done internships in Lifestyle PR, higher education, and non-profit work. Currently, I am an Athletic Communications Graduate Assistant at St. John's University. In this role, I serve as the primary media contact for both Women's Volleyball and Softball, as well as being additional support for basketball. It is so exciting to be able to learn and grow new skills in the Big East Conference. Thanks to my position, I am also receiving a fully-funded Masters Degree in Sport Management. The knowledge I am learning in the classroom is invaluable. During undergrad, I took on leadership roles in various different clubs and organizations, including Dickinson Community Players (a student-run theatre group), Binghamton Dance Marathon (#FTK!), and my sorority, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi. I have worked with various different groups of people really honing in on my teamwork, leadership development, and communications skills. In addition, I spent two years interning in Binghamton's Athletic Department. Beyond the professional realm, I also am a creator. Since my YouTube comeback in January of 2019, I have been producing content focused on a wide variety of angles. My most popular videos include those depicting life at Binghamton University. My videos show every aspect of my life, encompassing my health and fitness journey and navigating post-grad life, the job-search and grad school. Instagram: @jamieinjpegs @jamie.is.a.human TikTok: @jamieinmotionn Youtube: www.youtube.com/jamiegoerke Music: bensound.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/touchingbasepr/support

Der Podcast für junge Anleger jeden Alters
Börsepeople im Podcast S3/15: Bettina Binder

Der Podcast für junge Anleger jeden Alters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 32:18


Fri, 25 Nov 2022 04:45:00 +0000 https://jungeanleger.podigee.io/465-borsepeople-im-podcast-s3-15-bettina-binder 44614c20224a395c490d41f125c655c4 Bettina Binder war vor etwas mehr als einem Jahrzehnt die erste Expertin, die ich zum Thema Social Media interviewen durfte. Sie war jahrelang Head of Brand Management und Performance Marketing der Allianz und wurde 2021 zum Finance Marketer of the Year in Österreich ausgezeichnet. Vor kurzem hat sie sich mit ihrer Unternehmensberatung "Business Brain" selbstständig gemacht. Nicht nur die Selbstständigkeit haben wir gemeinsam: Wir sehen auch Zwischendurch-Läufe als Arbeitszeit. Im Talk geht es um Wurzeln bei der MediaCom, eine digitale Reise am Beispiel der Versicherungsbranche, Mental Health, Sportmanagement und immer wieder um die Frage, wie man E-Commerce-Projekte rockt. https://www.businessbrain.at About: Die Serie Börsepeople findet im Rahmen von http://www.christian-drastil.com/podcast statt. Es handelt sich dabei um typische Personality- und Werdegang-Gespräche. Die Season 3 umfasst unter dem Motto „22 Börsepeople“ erneut 22 Podcast-Talks, divers zusammengesetzt. Presenter der Season 3 ist der Börsekandidat VAS AG ( https://www.vas.co.at). Der meistgehörte Börsepeople Podcast 2022 per Stichtag 30.11., 23:59 Uhr wird es einen Number One Award für 2022 gewinnen (vgl. https://boerse-social.com/numberone/2021)- Zwischenstand tagesaktuell um 12 Uhr aktualisiert unter http://www.audio-cd.at/people . Bewertungen bei Apple (oder auch Spotify) machen mir Freude: https://podcasts.apple.com/at/podcast/christian-drastil-wiener-borse-sport-musik-und-mehr-my-life/id1484919130 . 465 full no Christian Drastil Comm.

Everyday Leadership - der Life- und Leadership-Talk der DFB-​Akademie

Thomas Beheshti wird am 14. Oktober 1980 in Mainz geboren. Nach dem Abitur im Jahr 2000 studiert er einige Semester Rechtswissenschaften in Münster, bevor er im Jahr 2005 die Fachrichtung wechselt und auf Sportmanagement umsteigt. Während dieses Studiums, das er im Herbst 2008 erfolgreich abschließt, kommt es im Rahmen eines Praktikums zum ersten Kontakt mit dem DFB, für den er seit Februar 2009 als festangestellter Mitarbeiter im Büro der Nationalmannschaft tätig ist. Nachdem er im Sommer 2009 als Teil des Funktionsteams an der U21-Europameisterschaft in Schweden teilnimmt, übernimmt er im Frühjahr 2010 die Aufgaben von Flavio Battisti bei der A-Nationalmannschaft. Hierzu gehören zahlreiche Tätigkeiten an der Schnittstelle zwischen Mannschaft und Umfeld, vom Teamhotel bis zum Stadion bei Heim- und Auswärtsländerspielen. Bisheriger Höhepunkt ist für ihn die WM 2014 in Brasilien. Er erinnert sich aber auch gerne an andere Turniere zurück. Die U21-EM in Schweden 2009 und die WM 2010 in Südafrika bezeichnet er als Highlights sein bisherigen Karriere.

Touching Base: PR Edition
Touching Base: Taylor Neimer & Waylon Tate

Touching Base: PR Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 57:29


On this episode of Touching Base: PR Edition, we have an interview with Taylor Neimer and Waylon Tate who are from JWA Public Relations. In this episode, we talk about so many things including the mentor/mentee relationship, Waylon's hiring process and Taylor's experience with it, and how covid impacted the world, both in the work force and academia. Taylor and Waylon's Links: Our website - https://www.jwaylon.com @j_waylon - https://www.instagram.com/j_waylon/ @waylontate - https://www.instagram.com/waylontate/ @tayneimer - https://www.instagram.com/tayneimer/ TOUCHING BASE: PR EDITION WEBSITE: touchingbasepr.com Touching Base: PR Edition is a motivating resource for those looking to break into the public relations industry. Through fun and informative podcast episodes including guests such as public relations professionals, founders and more, listeners will gain a better understanding for the public relations industry and the steps to make their own mark within it. Make sure to subscribe to the show on whatever platform you are listening on and get connected on Instagram @touchingbase_pr to ask questions and get sneak peeks of special guests! For guest inquiries, sponsorships, and general questions please email: jamie@touchingbasepr.com About The Host Hi! My name is Jamie Goerke. I'm used to the 280 character limit that Twitter gives me, but since I have more room here, let me tell you about myself! I graduated from Binghamton University in December of 2020 with a BA in English and I am looking to go into a career in the realm of public relations and social media. My passion lies in the field of athletics, whether that be college, professional sports, or athlete branding and marketing. However, I am open to learning and growing in different fields and have done internships in Lifestyle PR, higher education, and non-profit work. Currently, I am an Athletic Communications Graduate Assistant at St. John's University. In this role, I serve as the primary media contact for both Women's Volleyball and Softball, as well as being additional support for basketball. It is so exciting to be able to learn and grow new skills in the Big East Conference. Thanks to my position, I am also receiving a fully-funded Masters Degree in Sport Management. The knowledge I am learning in the classroom is invaluable. During undergrad, I took on leadership roles in various different clubs and organizations, including Dickinson Community Players (a student-run theatre group), Binghamton Dance Marathon (#FTK!), and my sorority, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi. I have worked with various different groups of people really honing in on my teamwork, leadership development, and communications skills. In addition, I spent two years interning in Binghamton's Athletic Department. Beyond the professional realm, I also am a creator. Since my YouTube comeback in January of 2019, I have been producing content focused on a wide variety of angles. My most popular videos include those depicting life at Binghamton University. My videos show every aspect of my life, encompassing my health and fitness journey and navigating post-grad life, the job-search and grad school. Instagram: @jamieinjpegs @jamie.is.a.human TikTok: @jamieinmotionn Youtube: www.youtube.com/jamiegoerke Music: bensound.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/touchingbasepr/support

StraTEEgen-Talk- StraTEEgisch gesund leben!
#17 -Ist der Leistungssport noch gesund?

StraTEEgen-Talk- StraTEEgisch gesund leben!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 18:48


Ob der Leistungssport noch gesund ist, ist ja so die Frage, oder? Ich bin mir da schon lange nicht mehr sicher…Das komplette Extrem kann gar nicht gut für den Körper sein…In dieser Folge gehe ich auf viele wichtige Themen ein und wir schauen gemeinsam auf die Ursachen des Problems Folge mir gerne auf instagram: leroy_strateegeEin Podcast, der sich um das Thema Gesundheit dreht; doch wo beginnt dieses?Im Kopf, im Körper? Warum tauchen so viele Fragen zu solchen Themen auf und wie können wir es schaffen, Mythen aufzulösen?In diesem Podcast geht es um die Zusammenarbeit des Kopfes und Körpers, die sich in Ernährung, Bewegung und dem Umgang mit Herausforderungen widerspiegelt.Mit interessanten Gesprächspartnern aus den verschiedensten Bereichen spreche ich über Fragen, die viele von Euch da draußen haben!Wer bin Ich?Mein Name ist Leroy Henze, ich bin 27 Jahre alt, Ernährungsberater, Bachelor im Sportmanagement mit Spezialisierung auf Sportpsychologie, Athletiktrainer und passionierter Sportler

StraTEEgen-Talk- StraTEEgisch gesund leben!
#16- Kommunikation auf einem anderen Level

StraTEEgen-Talk- StraTEEgisch gesund leben!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 16:52


In dieser Folge geht es darum, dass Deine Kommunikation mit Deinm Körper und Dir selbst auf ein anderes Level gehoben werden kann.Wie, das erfährst du in dieser Folge!Folge mir gerne auf instagram: leroy_strateegeEin Podcast, der sich um das Thema Gesundheit dreht; doch wo beginnt dieses?Im Kopf, im Körper? Warum tauchen so viele Fragen zu solchen Themen auf und wie können wir es schaffen, Mythen aufzulösen?In diesem Podcast geht es um die Zusammenarbeit des Kopfes und Körpers, die sich in Ernährung, Bewegung und dem Umgang mit Herausforderungen widerspiegelt.Mit interessanten Gesprächspartnern aus den verschiedensten Bereichen spreche ich über Fragen, die viele von Euch da draußen haben!Wer bin Ich?Mein Name ist Leroy Henze, ich bin 27 Jahre alt, Ernährungsberater, Bachelor im Sportmanagement mit Spezialisierung auf Sportpsychologie, Athletiktrainer und passionierter Sportler

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry
#225: T20 World Cup tournament time jobs - Jack Lloyd & Harrison Orchard

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 50:50


Hello friends!When a tournament rolls around, it's all hands on deck to deliver the show. No matter what your day job is.Today we shed light on four tournament time jobs from four people (including us!) who have just wrapped up at the ICC T20 World Cup.We cover:(7:07) - What Event Presentation Lead looks like(13:31) - What Host City Liaison Officer looks like(20:15) - What Marketing Lead looks like(26:24) - What Team Liaison Officer looks like(35:52) - All the action from the latest meetups in Sydney and Melbourne(40:07) - Jack Lloyd's journey from budding student to the T20 World Cup*Additional episodes you might enjoy:#73: Jack Lloyd (Rugby Victoria) - First week on the job#138: Hiam Katrib (FIFA) - Staffing the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup#177: Natalie Cook OAM - How to prepare like an Olympian to work at Brisbane 2032#202: Blair Crouch (Melbourne Stars) - How to be a General Manager in the W/BBL*If you want to learn more about us, feel free to connect with us on LinkedIn: Reuben, RyanOr if you'd like to ask us any questions, join the SportsGrad Community! It's THE place to be if you want to get your foot in the door, hire people quickly & easily, or learn from the best in the world.You can also find us on insta @sportsgradAnd if you're interested in more podcasts related to a certain topic (e.g. Events, High Performance etc.) check out our best picks here: www.sportsgrad.com.au/podcast*This episode is brought to you by Deakin University, the Official Education Partner of The SportsGrad Podcast.Find out why their Master of Business in Sport Management is not one of, but the best one in Australia ranked at #1 at www.deakin.edu.au*If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes here? It takes less than 60 seconds, and really makes a difference in helping to land guests.Thanks for listening! You're all legends. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

StraTEEgen-Talk- StraTEEgisch gesund leben!
Spezial: Top 3 Learnings KW 42-45

StraTEEgen-Talk- StraTEEgisch gesund leben!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 9:49


Diese Spezialfolge gibt Dir meine 3 Top Learnings mit, die ich in den letzten drei Wochen aufgesammelt habe...Lass' Dir das nicht entgehen!Folge mir gerne auf instagram: leroy_strateegeEin Podcast, der sich um das Thema Gesundheit dreht; doch wo beginnt dieses?Im Kopf, im Körper? Warum tauchen so viele Fragen zu solchen Themen auf und wie können wir es schaffen, Mythen aufzulösen?In diesem Podcast geht es um die Zusammenarbeit des Kopfes und Körpers, die sich in Ernährung, Bewegung und dem Umgang mit Herausforderungen widerspiegelt.Mit interessanten Gesprächspartnern aus den verschiedensten Bereichen spreche ich über Fragen, die viele von Euch da draußen haben!Wer bin Ich?Mein Name ist Leroy Henze, ich bin 27 Jahre alt, Ernährungsberater, Bachelor im Sportmanagement mit Spezialisierung auf Sportpsychologie, Athletiktrainer und passionierter Sportler 

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry
#224: Member & Fan Services jobs: what you need to know

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 7:02


Hello friends!Are you the ultimate people person?Then a job in member & fan services could be for you!Better still... These roles are the perfect stepping stone to launch your career in sport.Get the INs and OUTs of this gig on today's bitesize pod!*Grab a ticket to our upcoming SportsGrad Meetups:Sydney: https://lu.ma/sportsgradsydneyMelbourne: https://lu.ma/sportsgradmelbourne*If you want to learn more about us, feel free to connect with us on LinkedIn: Reuben, RyanOr if you'd like to ask us any questions, join the SportsGrad Community! It's THE place to be if you want to get your foot in the door, hire people quickly & easily, or learn from the best in the world.You can also find us on insta @sportsgradAnd if you're interested in more podcasts related to a certain topic (e.g. Events, High Performance etc.) check out our best picks here: www.sportsgrad.com.au/podcast*This episode is brought to you by Deakin University, the Official Education Partner of The SportsGrad Podcast.Find out why their Master of Business in Sport Management is not one of, but the best one in Australia, ranked at #1 at www.deakin.edu.au*If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes here? It takes less than 60 seconds, and really makes a difference in helping to land guests.Thanks for listening! You're all legends. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Build It
Building with ... David Serowka, College Instructor of Sport Management at Northern Illinois University

Build It

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 57:53


Nik, John and Dave spoke about the biggest challenges facing college graduates entering the sports management field, and how lower league soccer clubs can come to a mutually beneficial partnership with local educational institutions to provide experience in the field. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/buildit/support

StraTEEgen-Talk- StraTEEgisch gesund leben!
#15- Wann bist Du für Dich selbst relevant?

StraTEEgen-Talk- StraTEEgisch gesund leben!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 17:05


In dieser Folge geht es darum, dass Du Dich endlich als relevant siehst. Warum bist Du Deine Nummer 1?Folge mir gerne auf instagram: leroy_strateegeEin Podcast, der sich um das Thema Gesundheit dreht; doch wo beginnt dieses?Im Kopf, im Körper? Warum tauchen so viele Fragen zu solchen Themen auf und wie können wir es schaffen, Mythen aufzulösen?In diesem Podcast geht es um die Zusammenarbeit des Kopfes und Körpers, die sich in Ernährung, Bewegung und dem Umgang mit Herausforderungen widerspiegelt.Mit interessanten Gesprächspartnern aus den verschiedensten Bereichen spreche ich über Fragen, die viele von Euch da draußen haben!Wer bin Ich?Mein Name ist Leroy Henze, ich bin 27 Jahre alt, Ernährungsberater, Bachelor im Sportmanagement mit Spezialisierung auf Sportpsychologie, Athletiktrainer und passionierter Sportler 

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry
#223: Tom Scollay (Cricket Mentoring) - How to turn your passion into your profession

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 65:07


Hello friends!Everyone ought to have a coach like Tom Scollay.Meet @scolls5, the cricket coach behind @cricketmentoring taking social media by storm, and helping young cricketers reach their full potential.Tom turned to coaching when his professional career was cut short. Now, he helps some of the best players in Australia stay at their best, including Josh Philippe, Jake Weatherald and Jon Wells.Plus his social media following is casually beyond 200k!!To learn the @cricketmentoring story with all things coaching, mental skills and entrepreneurship, tune into episode #223 with Tom!We cover:(00:00) - Introduction (8:16) - Feeling lost for direction at 24(22:18) - How Cricket Mentoring was born(31:00) - What does Cricket Mentoring do?(41:33) - Investing back into Cricket Mentoring(51:22) - Mentors that have helped Tom(57:50) - Advice for young entrepreneurs(01:01:08) - Outro*Grab a ticket to a SportsGrad Meetup:Sydney (November 10)Melbourne (November 11)---Additional episodes you might enjoy:- #213: Ian Higgins (The Grade Cricketer) - How The Grade Cricketer became a global success- #83: Urmila Rosario (Cricket Australia) - Managing the most successful cricket team in the world- #144: Fleur McIntyre (Sydney Kings) - How to coach elite teams without a professional career- #217: Michelle Enright (ICC T20 World Cup Australia) - Journey to becoming CEO of the ICC T20 World Cup- #202: Blair Crouch (Melbourne Stars) - How to be a General Manager in the W/BBLIf you want to learn more about us, feel free to connect with us on LinkedIn: Reuben, RyanOr if you'd like to ask us any questions, join the SportsGrad Community! It's THE place to be if you want to get your foot in the door, hire people quickly & easily, or learn from the best in the world.You can also find us on insta @sportsgrad*This episode is brought to you by Deakin University, the Official Education Partner of The SportsGrad Podcast.Find out why their Master of Business in Sport Management is not one of, but the best one in Australia ranked at #1 at www.deakin.edu.auThanks for listening! You're all legends. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Frontrunners Podcast
What's New in 2022 ft. Dr. Kayla Peak

Frontrunners Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 18:40


Today's episode brings in the Dean of Kinesiolgy, Dr. Kayla Peak. Jaxon talks with Dr. Peak about the academic discipline of Kinesiology and the mission of the School of Kinesiology. They discuss undergraduate degrees, concentrations, and post-graudate degrees currently offered in the School of Kinesiology.   Also, find out what is on the horizon for the School Kinesiology.    Directed/Produced by: Jaxon Fambro jt_fambro Special Guests: Dr. Kayla Peak

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry
222: What it's like to be an Executive Director at FIBA

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 6:04


Hello friends!Ever wondered what life is like at the top? Must be nice, right?Well to get a proper overview we asked Executive Director of FIBA Oceania, Amanda Jenkins!Tune in to learn exactly what it's like leading an International body, and decide for yourself if it's still for you.---Additional episodes you might enjoy:#157: Amanda Jenkins (FIBA) - From graduate to Executive Director in 8 years#171: David Pryles (Hockey Australia) - How to make an immediate impact as the new CEO#184: Kelly Ryan (Netball Australia) - Breaking down doors to become a CEO#180: The most important decision you'll ever make in your career---If you want to learn more about us, feel free to connect with us on LinkedIn: Reuben, RyanOr if you'd like to ask us any questions, join the SportsGrad Community! It's THE place to be if you want to get your foot in the door, hire people quickly & easily, or learn from the best in the world.You can also find us on insta @sportsgradAnd if you're interested in more podcasts related to a certain topic (e.g. Events, High Performance etc.) check out our best picks here: www.sportsgrad.com.au/podcast*This episode is brought to you by Deakin University, the Official Education Partner of The SportsGrad Podcast.Find out why their Master of Business in Sport Management is not one of, but the best one in Australia ranked at #1 at www.deakin.edu.au*If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes here? It takes less than 60 seconds, and really makes a difference in helping to land guests.Thanks for listening! You're all legends. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry
221: Armaan Ahluwalia (Brooklyn Nets) - Networking in sport Q&A

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 52:51


Networking not your thing? Don't worry, we've called on our man in sponsorship at the Brooklyn Nets to help you get through.Armaan Ahluwalia is probably the best people person we've ever interviewed, so this time we got him in for a Q&A all about networking!!If you want to feel a little more comfortable this Spring Meetup season, tune into episode #221 ‘Networking in sport Q&A'And if you haven't yet - grab a ticket to the Perth, Sydney and Melbourne Meetups, the perfect chance to meet people in sportWe cover:- How to get started if you've never networked before- How to prepare for a zoom/coffee meeting about a job- Following up with connections in the right way- Professionalism on LinkedIn- Mindset and nerves before meetingsAdditional episodes you might enjoy:#57: Armaan Ahluwalia (Kansas City Chiefs) - How curiosity and persistence led to the Super Bowl#151: How to network your way into sport (without being lucky)#164: 6 strategies to differentiate yourself in 2022#184: How to network in sport without being awkwardGrab a ticket to a SportsGrad Meetup:Perth (November 3)Sydney (November 10)Melbourne (November 11)---If you want to learn more about us, feel free to connect with us on LinkedIn: Reuben, RyanOr if you'd like to ask us any questions, join the SportsGrad Community! It's THE place to be if you want to get your foot in the door, hire people quickly & easily, or learn from the best in the world.You can also find us on insta @sportsgradAnd if you're interested in more podcasts related to a certain topic (e.g. Events, High Performance etc.) check out our best picks here: www.sportsgrad.com.au/podcast*This episode is brought to you by Deakin University, the Official Education Partner of The SportsGrad Podcast.Find out why their Master of Business in Sport Management is not one of, but the best one in Australia ranked at #1 at www.deakin.edu.au Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Touching Base: PR Edition
TOUCHING BASE: Taylor Brooks

Touching Base: PR Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 42:48


On this episode of Touching Base: PR Edition, we have an interview with Taylor Brooks, the founder of Everything Taylored PR! In this episode, we talk about so many things including building a network and making friends in the industry, going from freelance to an agency and growing your team, and self care and burnout. Taylor's Links: INSTAGRAM: @simplytaylored_ EMAIL: Info@EverythingTaylored.CO TOUCHING BASE: PR EDITION WEBSITE: touchingbasepr.com Touching Base: PR Edition is a motivating resource for those looking to break into the public relations industry. Through fun and informative podcast episodes including guests such as public relations professionals, founders and more, listeners will gain a better understanding for the public relations industry and the steps to make their own mark within it. Make sure to subscribe to the show on whatever platform you are listening on and get connected on Instagram @touchingbase_pr to ask questions and get sneak peeks of special guests! For guest inquiries, sponsorships, and general questions please email: jamie@touchingbasepr.com About The Host Hi! My name is Jamie Goerke. I'm used to the 280 character limit that Twitter gives me, but since I have more room here, let me tell you about myself! I graduated from Binghamton University in December of 2020 with a BA in English and I am looking to go into a career in the realm of public relations and social media. My passion lies in the field of athletics, whether that be college, professional sports, or athlete branding and marketing. However, I am open to learning and growing in different fields and have done internships in Lifestyle PR, higher education, and non-profit work. Currently, I am an Athletic Communications Graduate Assistant at St. John's University. In this role, I serve as the primary media contact for both Women's Volleyball and Softball, as well as being additional support for basketball. It is so exciting to be able to learn and grow new skills in the Big East Conference. Thanks to my position, I am also receiving a fully-funded Masters Degree in Sport Management. The knowledge I am learning in the classroom is invaluable. During undergrad, I took on leadership roles in various different clubs and organizations, including Dickinson Community Players (a student-run theatre group), Binghamton Dance Marathon (#FTK!), and my sorority, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi. I have worked with various different groups of people really honing in on my teamwork, leadership development, and communications skills. In addition, I spent two years interning in Binghamton's Athletic Department. Beyond the professional realm, I also am a creator. Since my YouTube comeback in January of 2019, I have been producing content focused on a wide variety of angles. My most popular videos include those depicting life at Binghamton University. My videos show every aspect of my life, encompassing my health and fitness journey and navigating post-grad life, the job-search and grad school. Instagram: @jamieinjpegs @jamie.is.a.human TikTok: @jamieinmotionn Youtube: www.youtube.com/jamiegoerke Music: bensound.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/touchingbasepr/support

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry
220: NRL Game Day Manager: what you need to know

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 6:17


Hello friends!Want the ultimate game day experience?Look no further than a Game Day Manager role!For Lauren from the Newcastle Knights in the NRL, it's...It's activations, venue management, stakeholder engagement and working with footy operations - perfect for all-rounders.Tune into today's bitesize pod to learn exactly what it involves!*Additional episodes you might enjoy:#185: Sam Hickson (Football Australia) - Living the dream with the Socceroos at the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers#41: Eray Saban (Marvel Stadium) - How to launch a career in event management*If you want to learn more about us, feel free to connect with us on LinkedIn: Reuben, RyanOr if you'd like to ask us any questions, join the SportsGrad Community! It's THE place to be if you want to get your foot in the door, hire people quickly & easily, or learn from the best in the world.You can also find us on insta @sportsgradAnd if you're interested in more podcasts related to a certain topic (e.g. Events, High Performance etc.) check out our best picks here: www.sportsgrad.com.au/podcast*This episode is brought to you by Deakin University, the Official Education Partner of The SportsGrad Podcast.Find out why their Master of Business in Sport Management is not one of, but the best one in Australia, ranked at #1 at www.deakin.edu.au*If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes here? It takes less than 60 seconds, and really makes a difference in helping to land guests.Thanks for listening! You're all legends. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

State of Sport Management
Alicia Cintron

State of Sport Management

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 35:47


Beyond the summary,  Dr. Cintron wanted to provide a litany of resources she has found useful: Lean Start Up, by Eric Reiss (i definitely referenced the author incorrectly in the interview)Beyond the Professoriate - altac resourceFrom PhD to Life - career info for PhDsThe Professor is in - career info for PhDsThe Leveraged PhD - business coach for PhDs looking to start an entrepreneurial journey AAAS Science & Technology Fellowship - a yearlong fellowship in the federal government for PhDs (I applied for this when I was considering government work)(Cintron, Revised) - my website :-) 

Touching Base: PR Edition
Touching Base: Kathryn Srikandi

Touching Base: PR Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 44:15


On this episode of Touching Base: PR Edition, we have an interview with Kathryn Srikandi, the founder of Communicare PR! In this episode, we talk about so many things including getting a degree in a non-PR field, the evolution of public relations, and working in hospitality and tourism. Kathryn's Links: Website: https://communicarepr.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/communicarepr/ TOUCHING BASE: PR EDITION WEBSITE: touchingbasepr.com Touching Base: PR Edition is a motivating resource for those looking to break into the public relations industry. Through fun and informative podcast episodes including guests such as public relations professionals, founders and more, listeners will gain a better understanding for the public relations industry and the steps to make their own mark within it. Make sure to subscribe to the show on whatever platform you are listening on and get connected on Instagram @touchingbase_pr to ask questions and get sneak peeks of special guests! For guest inquiries, sponsorships, and general questions please email: jamie@touchingbasepr.com About The Host Hi! My name is Jamie Goerke. I'm used to the 280 character limit that Twitter gives me, but since I have more room here, let me tell you about myself! I graduated from Binghamton University in December of 2020 with a BA in English and I am looking to go into a career in the realm of public relations and social media. My passion lies in the field of athletics, whether that be college, professional sports, or athlete branding and marketing. However, I am open to learning and growing in different fields and have done internships in Lifestyle PR, higher education, and non-profit work. Currently, I am an Athletic Communications Graduate Assistant at St. John's University. In this role, I serve as the primary media contact for both Women's Volleyball and Softball, as well as being additional support for basketball. It is so exciting to be able to learn and grow new skills in the Big East Conference. Thanks to my position, I am also receiving a fully-funded Masters Degree in Sport Management. The knowledge I am learning in the classroom is invaluable. During undergrad, I took on leadership roles in various different clubs and organizations, including Dickinson Community Players (a student-run theatre group), Binghamton Dance Marathon (#FTK!), and my sorority, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi. I have worked with various different groups of people really honing in on my teamwork, leadership development, and communications skills. In addition, I spent two years interning in Binghamton's Athletic Department. Beyond the professional realm, I also am a creator. Since my YouTube comeback in January of 2019, I have been producing content focused on a wide variety of angles. My most popular videos include those depicting life at Binghamton University. My videos show every aspect of my life, encompassing my health and fitness journey and navigating post-grad life, the job-search and grad school. Instagram: @jamieinjpegs @jamie.is.a.human TikTok: @jamieinmotionn Youtube: www.youtube.com/jamiegoerke Music: bensound.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/touchingbasepr/support

The DP Podcast
The Divine Purpose Podcast Ep 39 with Tim Torigian

The DP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 60:09


The Divine Purpose Podcast is hosted by Eddy Dacius. DPPodcast is a platform for healthy conversations, interviews, and interactions with callers. We all have different opinions; however, the truth is the ultimate mediator. SPECIAL GUEST Tim has over eight years of experience in sponsorship sales and partnership activations. He has worked for various sports teams and leagues, including the New England Patriots, Major League Lacrosse, Rugged Races, and the New England Free Jacks. He has also worked with notable brands such as Delta, Anheuser-Busch, BODYARMOR, State Farm, Monster Energy, Mazda, Quest Nutrition, Anytime Fitness, American Cancer Society, and more. Tim earned his Bachelor's degree in Sport Management and Minored in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts - Amherst in 2014. LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/timtorigian/ Email - tim.torigian@freejacks.com Free Jacks Season Tickets - https://freejacks.showare.com/eventpe...   THANK YOU FOR WATCHING! -------------------------------- STAY CONNECTED ----------------------------

Educational AD Podcast
Wednesday Wisdom #41 - Dr. Cathy Utzschneider of Boston College's Sport Management Program

Educational AD Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 27:07


This week WEDNESDAY WISDOM has the return of Dr. Cathy Utzschneider who is an Athlete, a Coach, an Author, and a member of the Boston College Sport Management Faculty along with being the Founder of MOVE! Dr. "U" shares some Best Practices for Goal Setting and Goal Achieving on this episode of The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry
#218: Participation jobs: what you need to know

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 7:02


Hello friends!What if you could spend your career growing the game of your favourite sport?Here's why jobs in participation are so important:- Provides pathways for potential athletes to grow and develop- Improves physical health and wellbeing of participants- Generates revenue for both the community and sporting bodies- Helps people build skills to use in their work, school and everyday life- Creates volunteer and career pathways for people wanting to enter the industry (like you!)Sound pretty good?Go listen to today's bite-sized podcast to learn all about participation jobs in sport.*If you want to learn more about us, feel free to connect with us on LinkedIn: Reuben, RyanOr if you'd like to ask us any questions, join the SportsGrad Community! It's THE place to be if you want to get your foot in the door, hire people quickly & easily, or learn from the best in the world.You can also find us on insta @sportsgradAnd if you're interested in more podcasts related to a certain topic (e.g. Events, High Performance etc.) check out our best picks here: www.sportsgrad.com.au/podcast*This episode is brought to you by Deakin University, the Official Education Partner of The SportsGrad Podcast.Find out why their Master of Business in Sport Management is not one of, but the best one in Australia, ranked at #1 at www.deakin.edu.au*If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes here? It takes less than 60 seconds, and really makes a difference in helping to land guests.Thanks for listening! You're all legends. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry
#217: Michelle Enright (ICC T20 World Cup Australia) - Journey to becoming CEO of the ICC T20 World Cup

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 40:49


Hello friends!Ever wondered what it's like being the CEO of one of the biggest tournaments in the world? Michelle Enright, CEO of the Men's ICC T20 World Cup Australia shares exactly what it's like and how she got here.From her journey to taking over mid-covid to the most exciting bits of her role to how she balances a life outside such an important job, we covered it all.If you aspire to be a leader in sport, tune into this chat with Michelle!We cover:- Michelle's journey to becoming CEO - What her day-to-day in the role looks like- Michelle's experience being a female CEO in sport- What Michelle is most excited to see come to life at the ICC T20 World Cup- How Michelle nails her work-life balance- The legacy she hopes the tournament will leave behind*Additional episodes you might enjoy:#206: Libby Owens (Champion Data) - How to get into sports analytics#187: Kelly Ryan (Netball Australia) - Breaking down doors to become a CEO#171: David Pryles (Hockey Australia) - How to make an immediate impact as CEO*If you want to learn more about us, feel free to connect with us on LinkedIn: Reuben, RyanOr if you'd like to ask us any questions, join the SportsGrad Community! It's THE place to be if you want to get your foot in the door, hire people quickly & easily, or learn from the best in the world.You can also find us on insta @sportsgradAnd if you're interested in more podcasts related to a certain topic (e.g. Events, High Performance etc.) check out our best picks here: www.sportsgrad.com.au/podcast*This episode is brought to you by Deakin University, the Official Education Partner of The SportsGrad Podcast.Find out why their Master of Business in Sport Management is not one of, but the best one in Australia, ranked at #1 at www.deakin.edu.au*If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes here? It takes less than 60 seconds, and really makes a difference in helping to land guests.Thanks for listening! You're all legends. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Touching Base: PR Edition
TOUCHING BASE: Kosi Harris

Touching Base: PR Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 43:55


On this episode of Touching Base: PR Edition, we have an interview with Kosi Harris, the founder of Kosi Harris PR! In this episode, we talk about so many things including going to fashion school, switching paths and niches, and working in non-profit PR. Kosi's Links: Website: www.kosiharris.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kosi_harris_pr Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Kosi-Harris-PR-111934090421538/ TOUCHING BASE: PR EDITION WEBSITE: touchingbasepr.com Touching Base: PR Edition is a motivating resource for those looking to break into the public relations industry. Through fun and informative podcast episodes including guests such as public relations professionals, founders and more, listeners will gain a better understanding for the public relations industry and the steps to make their own mark within it. Make sure to subscribe to the show on whatever platform you are listening on and get connected on Instagram @touchingbase_pr to ask questions and get sneak peeks of special guests! For guest inquiries, sponsorships, and general questions please email: jamie@touchingbasepr.com About The Host Hi! My name is Jamie Goerke. I'm used to the 280 character limit that Twitter gives me, but since I have more room here, let me tell you about myself! I graduated from Binghamton University in December of 2020 with a BA in English and I am looking to go into a career in the realm of public relations and social media. My passion lies in the field of athletics, whether that be college, professional sports, or athlete branding and marketing. However, I am open to learning and growing in different fields and have done internships in Lifestyle PR, higher education, and non-profit work. Currently, I am an Athletic Communications Graduate Assistant at St. John's University. In this role, I serve as the primary media contact for both Women's Volleyball and Softball, as well as being additional support for basketball. It is so exciting to be able to learn and grow new skills in the Big East Conference. Thanks to my position, I am also receiving a fully-funded Masters Degree in Sport Management. The knowledge I am learning in the classroom is invaluable. During undergrad, I took on leadership roles in various different clubs and organizations, including Dickinson Community Players (a student-run theatre group), Binghamton Dance Marathon (#FTK!), and my sorority, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi. I have worked with various different groups of people really honing in on my teamwork, leadership development, and communications skills. In addition, I spent two years interning in Binghamton's Athletic Department. Beyond the professional realm, I also am a creator. Since my YouTube comeback in January of 2019, I have been producing content focused on a wide variety of angles. My most popular videos include those depicting life at Binghamton University. My videos show every aspect of my life, encompassing my health and fitness journey and navigating post-grad life, the job-search and grad school. Instagram: @jamieinjpegs @jamie.is.a.human TikTok: @jamieinmotionn Youtube: www.youtube.com/jamiegoerke Music: bensound.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/touchingbasepr/support

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry
#216: Performance analytics jobs: What you need to know

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 5:59


Hello friends!Do you love a number crunch? And fancy watching sport from the boundary line like Vincent?Then a career in performance analytics could be for you! You'll be working with numbers to find ways to increase performance and more

On Campus - with CITI Program
Student Engagement: Colleges and Universities - On Campus Podcast

On Campus - with CITI Program

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 12:17


Amy Haggard is the Associate Director of Alumni and Student Engagement for the Division of Undergraduate Studies at Florida State University (FSU). She received a BS in Recreation and Sport Management from Coastal Carolina University, an MS in Student Affairs in Higher Education from Colorado State University, and is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Higher Education at FSU. Amy has worked in higher education for 11 years working with a variety of different student groups. Her background in collegiate athletics, academic affairs, alumni relations, and student affairs education lends to her dedication to the development of student success and wellness.Student engagement is a vital part of the college and university experience, ranging from activities at the student union to international coffee hours and much more across an institution's landscape. Student engagement allows students to interact with one another and form meaningful connections and immerse themselves in experiences which will prepare them for life during and after college. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, the way in which students engage on campus has shifted, with an increase in student demand for online and hybrid activities at an institution. Administrators, faculty, and staff can support students through creating, fostering, and supporting meaningful engagement opportunities which meet students where they are at.Learn more about CITI Program: https://about.citiprogram.org/ 

State of Sport Management

50th episode! Dr. Meg Hancock joined us to talk about big picture sport management/higher education topics. We discussed origins of sport management, enrollment pressures, the 1989 movie 'The Wizard', enrollment cliff, higher education costs, talking about current topics deemed politically divisive, and the great food scene in Louisville.

Touching Base: PR Edition
TOUCHING BASE: Samantha Belteky

Touching Base: PR Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 65:33


On this episode of Touching Base: PR Edition, we have an interview with Samantha Belteky, the founder of Kommunikacio PR! In this episode, we talk about so many things including the college experience and how it may not be perfect, agency life and how it can contribute to burnout, and relationship building and the role that plays in PR. Samantha's Links: Samantha's Bio: https://msha.ke/kommunikacio#about Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/samanthabelteky/ TOUCHING BASE: PR EDITION WEBSITE: touchingbasepr.com Touching Base: PR Edition is a motivating resource for those looking to break into the public relations industry. Through fun and informative podcast episodes including guests such as public relations professionals, founders and more, listeners will gain a better understanding for the public relations industry and the steps to make their own mark within it. Make sure to subscribe to the show on whatever platform you are listening on and get connected on Instagram @touchingbase_pr to ask questions and get sneak peeks of special guests! For guest inquiries, sponsorships, and general questions please email: jamie@touchingbasepr.com About The Host Hi! My name is Jamie Goerke. I'm used to the 280 character limit that Twitter gives me, but since I have more room here, let me tell you about myself! I graduated from Binghamton University in December of 2020 with a BA in English and I am looking to go into a career in the realm of public relations and social media. My passion lies in the field of athletics, whether that be college, professional sports, or athlete branding and marketing. However, I am open to learning and growing in different fields and have done internships in Lifestyle PR, higher education, and non-profit work. Currently, I am an Athletic Communications Graduate Assistant at St. John's University. In this role, I serve as the primary media contact for both Women's Volleyball and Softball, as well as being additional support for basketball. It is so exciting to be able to learn and grow new skills in the Big East Conference. Thanks to my position, I am also receiving a fully-funded Masters Degree in Sport Management. The knowledge I am learning in the classroom is invaluable. During undergrad, I took on leadership roles in various different clubs and organizations, including Dickinson Community Players (a student-run theatre group), Binghamton Dance Marathon (#FTK!), and my sorority, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi. I have worked with various different groups of people really honing in on my teamwork, leadership development, and communications skills. In addition, I spent two years interning in Binghamton's Athletic Department. Beyond the professional realm, I also am a creator. Since my YouTube comeback in January of 2019, I have been producing content focused on a wide variety of angles. My most popular videos include those depicting life at Binghamton University. My videos show every aspect of my life, encompassing my health and fitness journey and navigating post-grad life, the job-search and grad school. Instagram: @jamieinjpegs @jamie.is.a.human TikTok: @jamieinmotionn Youtube: www.youtube.com/jamiegoerke Music: bensound.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/touchingbasepr/support

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry
#215: Kall Burns (Gold Coast Suns) - How to become an AFL recruiter

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 52:54


Hello friends!Think you can spot athletic potential when you see it? Perhaps a career in recruitment is for you?Meet Kall Burns, the longest-standing staff member of the Gold Coast Suns, and the National Recruitment Manager.If you're obsessed with all things related to player trades and drafting, then Kall's episode is for you.We cover:(7:26) - How Kall upheaved his life to move north and volunteer for the Gold Coast Suns(11:37) – What Kall does day to day as a National Recruiting Manager(24:25) – Lessons learnt and steps Kall took to get to where he is now(26:50) – Networking and the opportunities it brings(30:57) – Essential skills and experiences to be an AFL Recruiting Manager(39:00) – BTS of the AFL Trade Period(46:15) – Advice for those looking to follow the same path---Additional episodes you might enjoy:#142 Binuk Kodituwakku (Adelaide FC) - How analytics guides AFL list management#63 Abby McNish (Carlton FC) - How to squeeze the most out of your time at university#24 Lina Staropoli (Cricket Australia) - How to work in global partnerships---If you want to learn more about us, feel free to connect with us on LinkedIn: Reuben, RyanOr if you'd like to ask us any questions, join the SportsGrad Community! It's THE place to be if you want to get your foot in the door, hire people quickly & easily, or learn from the best in the world.You can also find us on insta @sportsgradAnd if you're interested in more podcasts related to a certain topic (e.g. Events, High Performance etc.) check out our best picks here: www.sportsgrad.com.au/podcast*This episode is brought to you by Deakin University, the Official Education Partner of The SportsGrad Podcast.Find out why their Master of Business in Sport Management is not one of, but the best one in Australia ranked at #1 at www.deakin.edu.au*If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes here? It takes less than 60 seconds, and really makes a difference in helping to land guests.Thanks for listening! You're all legends. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

THE TRAVIS MACY SHOW
Jonathan Levitt: For the Long Run, Inside Tracker, Leadville 100 Crewing, Why Elites are Elite

THE TRAVIS MACY SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 73:55


Jonathan Levitt hosts the For The Long Run Podcast, which explores how elite runners keep running long, strong, and motivated. Levitt lives in Boulder, CO and works for InsideTracker. A graduate of UMass Amherst's Isenberg School of Business with a double major in Sport Management and Marketing, Levitt is also the founder of an intramural collegiate baseball league. Enjoy a fun and educational conversation with Jonathan, Travis, and Mace about running, mindset, consistency, curiosity, podcasting, training, marathon, racing, Leadville, community, death, grief, and more.In This Episode: Jonathan Levitt Instagram For the Long Run Instagram | Website | Podcast Inside TrackerTravis Macy Instagram | WebsiteMark Macy on InstagramInjinji Discount SiteThe Feed Instagram | Website- - - - - - - - - - -If you like this podcast, please consider our book, A Mile at A Time: A Father and Son's Inspiring Alzheimer's Journey of Love, Adventure, and Hope*30% off with discount code MACESubscribe: Apple Podcast | SpotifyCheck us out: Instagram | Twitter | Website | YouTubewww.AMileAtATimeBook.comThe show is Produced and Edited by Palm Tree Pod

Better Learning Podcast
Chris Potts | Student-Centered Leadership

Better Learning Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 22:59


Community involvment is crucial when districts go through new construction or renovation. Chris Potts, who is the Chief Operating Officer for the Upper Arlington City School District located in Columbus, Ohio, takes a deep dive into how the district went about getting community support during their major renovation projects just a couple of years ago. Chris leads the day-to-day operations of the Upper Arlington City School District. His department of talented directors oversees nutritional services, transportation, capital improvements, maintenance, grounds, and custodial operations, as well as human resources for the classified staff. He is a student-centered leader who believes in the importance of meaningful relationships with faculty, staff, and students in order to achieve comprehensive excellence across the departments, which he leads. Before joining Upper Arlington City School District, Chris graduated from Avon Lake High School in Avon Lake, Ohio. He received his BA in psychology from Denison University in 1998, where he also earned 4 varsity letters as a member of the basketball team and served as team captain his senior year.   In 2001, Chris earned a Master's Degree in Sport Management as well as a Master's Degree in Educational Administration from The Ohio State University. On a personal note, Crhis and his wife Megan, a 1994 Upper Arlington graduate, reside in Upper Arlington and have three children, Natalie (17), Charlotte (15) and Ryan (13). Season 6, Episode 19 Kevin Stoller is the host of the Better Learning Podcast and Co-Founder of Kay-Twelve, a national leader for educational furniture. Learn more about creating better learning environments at www.Kay-Twelve.com.

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry
214: Customer Support jobs in sport: what you need to know

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 7:52


Hello friends!Need a stepping stone into the sport? Look no further than Customer Support jobs!From communicating with fans to helping out club admins, these jobs are some of the most important roles in the business

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry
#213: Ian Higgins (The Grade Cricketer) - How The Grade Cricketer became a global success

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 68:11


Hello friends!If you love a ripping side-hustle story, Ian Higgins has got one of the best.@thegradecricketer is a 100k+ Twitter account, turned 2x best-seller, turned chart-topping podcast, turned TV show, turned international live show, turned god knows what next!!We cover:How The Grade Cricketer started 10 years ago as an anonymous Twitter account and became a full-time productionLeaving behind a Law degree to become a comedianThe importance of finding a niche audience to get cut-through when everyone's got a podcast these daysWhat goes into the weekly production of a 2 hour TGC podcastHow to commercialise a podcast - sponsorship vs PatreonAdvice for those looking to turn an idea into their livelihood*If you want to learn more about us, feel free to connect with us on LinkedIn: Reuben, RyanOr if you'd like to ask us any questions, join the SportsGrad Community! It's THE place to be if you want to get your foot in the door, hire people quickly & easily, or learn from the best in the world.You can also find us on insta @sportsgradAnd if you're interested in more podcasts related to a certain topic (e.g. Events, High Performance etc.) check out our best picks here: www.sportsgrad.com.au/podcast*This episode is brought to you by Deakin University, the Official Education Partner of The SportsGrad Podcast.Find out why their Master of Business in Sport Management is not one of, but the best one in Australia, ranked at #1 at www.deakin.edu.au*If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes here? It takes less than 60 seconds, and really makes a difference in helping to land guests.Thanks for listening! You're all legends. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

JAT Podcasts
JATChat | Youth Athletes' Parents' Perceptions and Knowledge of the Athletic Training Profession

JAT Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 33:24


Dr. Kara Radzak interviews Dr. Christianne Eason and Dr. Alicia Lacy about their recent article Youth Athletes' Parents' Perceptions and Knowledge of the Athletic Training Profession. Article Link: https://bit.ly/3SrAWB6 Dr. Christianne Eason is the President of Sport Safety at the Korey Stringer Institute housed at the University of Connecticut. Christy is a certified athletic trainer and has worked clinically in the NCAA Division I, NCAA Division III, and secondary school settings. Prior to joining the KSI team, Dr. Eason worked as an Assistant Professor of Athletic Training and the graduate school coordinator for the School of Health Sciences at Lasell University. Her research interests focus on the work-life interface of athletic trainers and the examination of individual and organizational level factors that impact retention. She has expertise in qualitative and mixed-methodologies. Dr. Eason earned her Bachelor's Degree in Athletic Training from the University of Connecticut, her Master's Degree in Nutrition and Physical Activity from James Madison University and her Doctorate in Sport Management from the University of Connecticut. Dr. Alicia Lacy is an assistant professor of athletic training in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Maine. Prior to her position at UMaine, she taught/co-taught various courses during her doctoral studies (UConn) and post-doctoral research fellowship (A.T. Still University) including Health and Medicine, Evidence-Based Practice, and Qualitative Research Methodology. She currently teaches Prevention and Care for Sports Injuries. Dr. Lacy's research focus involves the use of active learning strategies to develop effective educational interventions and approaches within the field of athletic training that improve clinician practice and optimize patient outcomes. In addition to her UMaine responsibilities and research agenda, Dr. Lacy serves as a reviewer for multiple academic journals, volunteers with the Board of Certification to provide support for select initiatives, and is a member of the NATA Foundation's Educational Resources Committee and Korey Stringer Institute's Medical and Science Advisory Board.

State of Sport Management

Kicking off Season 5 with my colleague at UC, Dr. Wayne Black! He joins the podcast to introduce us to Critical Research: What is it? The benefits of its approach, best papers to read using critical research, and applications within higher education and sport management. Dr. Black also described how he uses critical research in his own scholarship and why it's an important concept for others to learn.

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry
#212: Event Management jobs: what you need to know

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 5:44


Hello friends!Do you dream of being right in the middle of the biggest sporting events? Perhaps that's assisting at things like the World Cup Qualifiers in Qatar with the Socceroos? (just casually)For Sam Hickson, that's his reality at Football Australia, and if you think it could be yours, learn all about jobs in Event Management on today's bite-size episode.*If you want to learn more about us, feel free to connect with us on LinkedIn: Reuben, RyanOr if you'd like to ask us any questions, join the SportsGrad Community! It's THE place to be if you want to get your foot in the door, hire people quickly & easily, or learn from the best in the world.You can also find us on insta @sportsgradAnd if you're interested in more podcasts related to a certain topic (e.g. Events, High Performance etc.) check out our best picks here: www.sportsgrad.com.au/podcast*This episode is brought to you by Deakin University, the Official Education Partner of The SportsGrad Podcast.Find out why their Master of Business in Sport Management is not one of, but the best one in Australia, ranked at #1 at www.deakin.edu.au*If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes here? It takes less than 60 seconds, and really makes a difference in helping to land guests.Thanks for listening! You're all legends. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry
#211: Brant Hubber (AFL) - How to get your dream job in the AFL

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 55:22


Hello friends!PSA: We reckon we've found the ULTIMATE entry level job in Sport Management.Meet Brant, a month ago he landed a dream job as a Commercial Partnerships Coordinator at the AFL!!What does he do? Well he just casually helps Australia's biggest sport look after Australia's biggest sponsorships (think Toyota, Coles, Crypto.com etc.) Brant's still coming down from his first AFL Finals series, so we HAD to find out exactly how he got here.If you dream of working for the AFL or in Commercial Partnerships, listen in to learn the experiences and skills that got him there, his day to day, why HR said "the resume speaks for itself", and how he got a foot in the door before graduating.Make the MCG your second office, tune into this chat with Brant.We cover:The volunteering and networking required to land a job at the AFLWhat a typical day working in Partnerships at the AFL looks likeHow Brant learnt to become a confident networkerWhat Brant has learnt from the people he has met in sportHow joining the SportsGrad community helped him overcome his career problemsHis best ‘I love my job' momentThe benefits of being apart of a community like SportsGradHis best advice for those looking to enter the industry*If you want to learn more about us, feel free to connect with us on LinkedIn: Reuben, RyanOr if you'd like to ask us any questions, join the SportsGrad Community! It's THE place to be if you want to get your foot in the door, hire people quickly & easily, or learn from the best in the world.You can also find us on insta @sportsgradAnd if you're interested in more podcasts related to a certain topic (e.g. Events, High Performance etc.) check out our best picks here: www.sportsgrad.com.au/podcast*This episode is brought to you by Deakin University, the Official Education Partner of The SportsGrad Podcast.Find out why their Master of Business in Sport Management is not one of, but the best one in Australia, ranked at #1 at www.deakin.edu.au*If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes here? It takes less than 60 seconds, and really makes a difference in helping to land guests.Thanks for listening! You're all legends. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry
#210: Brian Taylor - How to be a commentator in the AFL

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 77:15


Brian Taylor is the voice of footy. If you want to be a future media star, tune in to learn:An on air risk that had BT's boss saying “the best thing you've done on radio”What BT did to evolve over 15 years to finally get his break on TVMethods to become a fluent presenterTactics to improve your ‘footy vocab'Preparation routines before every game dayLessons from legends Bruce, Dennis, and Kerry Packer*Other episodes you might enjoy:#28: Kath Loughnan (Fox Sports) - How to launch a career in sports journalismListen on Apple, Spotify#124: Hamish McLachlan (Channel 7) - How to commentate the AFL Grand FinalListen on Apple, Spotify, YouTube*If you want to learn more about us, feel free to connect with us on LinkedIn: Reuben, RyanOr if you'd like to ask us any questions, join the SportsGrad Community! It's THE place to be if you want to get your foot in the door, hire people quickly & easily, or learn from the best in the world.You can also find us on insta @sportsgradAnd if you're interested in more podcasts related to a certain topic (e.g. Events, High Performance etc.) check out our best picks here: www.sportsgrad.com.au/podcast*This episode is brought to you by Deakin University, the Official Education Partner of The SportsGrad Podcast.Find out why their Master of Business in Sport Management is not one of, but the best one in Australia, ranked at #1 at www.deakin.edu.au*If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes here? It takes less than 60 seconds, and really makes a difference in helping to land guests.Thanks for listening! You're all legends. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Touching Base: PR Edition
TOUCHING BASE: Amy Doary

Touching Base: PR Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 42:21


On this episode of Touching Base: PR Edition, we have an interview with Amy Doary. Amy is the owner of ADPR! In this episode, we talk about so many things including corporate communications and why knowing that skillset is important, expanding your niche and working in many different environments, including celebrity PR, and utilizing social media as a business. Amy's Links: Website: www.adpr.ca TOUCHING BASE: PR EDITION WEBSITE: touchingbasepr.com Touching Base: PR Edition is a motivating resource for those looking to break into the public relations industry. Through fun and informative podcast episodes including guests such as public relations professionals, founders and more, listeners will gain a better understanding for the public relations industry and the steps to make their own mark within it. Make sure to subscribe to the show on whatever platform you are listening on and get connected on Instagram @touchingbase_pr to ask questions and get sneak peeks of special guests! For guest inquiries, sponsorships, and general questions please email: jamie@touchingbasepr.com About The Host Hi! My name is Jamie Goerke. I'm used to the 280 character limit that Twitter gives me, but since I have more room here, let me tell you about myself! I graduated from Binghamton University in December of 2020 with a BA in English and I am looking to go into a career in the realm of public relations and social media. My passion lies in the field of athletics, whether that be college, professional sports, or athlete branding and marketing. However, I am open to learning and growing in different fields and have done internships in Lifestyle PR, higher education, and non-profit work. Currently, I am an Athletic Communications Graduate Assistant at St. John's University. In this role, I serve as the primary media contact for both Women's Volleyball and Softball, as well as being additional support for basketball. It is so exciting to be able to learn and grow new skills in the Big East Conference. Thanks to my position, I am also receiving a fully-funded Masters Degree in Sport Management. The knowledge I am learning in the classroom is invaluable. During undergrad, I took on leadership roles in various different clubs and organizations, including Dickinson Community Players (a student-run theatre group), Binghamton Dance Marathon (#FTK!), and my sorority, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi. I have worked with various different groups of people really honing in on my teamwork, leadership development, and communications skills. In addition, I spent two years interning in Binghamton's Athletic Department. Beyond the professional realm, I also am a creator. Since my YouTube comeback in January of 2019, I have been producing content focused on a wide variety of angles. My most popular videos include those depicting life at Binghamton University. My videos show every aspect of my life, encompassing my health and fitness journey and navigating post-grad life, the job-search and grad school. Instagram: @jamieinjpegs @jamie.is.a.human TikTok: @jamieinmotionn Youtube: www.youtube.com/jamiegoerke Music: bensound.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/touchingbasepr/support

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry
#209: Social media jobs: what you need to know

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 7:56


Hello friends!Want to make a career out of scrolling on Instagram and TikTok?We're talking being right in the thick of the action and the main communication channel for the fans!Learn all about Social Media jobs in sport in today's bitesize episode!*If you want to learn more about us, feel free to connect with us on LinkedIn: Reuben, RyanOr if you'd like to ask us any questions, join the SportsGrad Community! It's THE place to be if you want to get your foot in the door, hire people quickly & easily, or learn from the best in the world.You can also find us on insta @sportsgradAnd if you're interested in more podcasts related to a certain topic (e.g. Events, High Performance etc.) check out our best picks here: www.sportsgrad.com.au/podcast*This episode is brought to you by Deakin University, the Official Education Partner of The SportsGrad Podcast.Find out why their Master of Business in Sport Management is not one of, but the best one in Australia, ranked at #1 at www.deakin.edu.au*If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes here? It takes less than 60 seconds, and really makes a difference in helping to land guests.Thanks for listening! You're all legends. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Digital and Social Media Sports Podcast
Episode 228: Caleb Mezzy on Athletes Preparing for Life After Sports, Social Media Strategy, and Teaching the Next Generation of Sports Biz

Digital and Social Media Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022


Listen to episode 228 of the Digital and Social Media Sports podcast, in which Neil chatted with Caleb Mezzy, Assistant Professor for Sport Management and Business at Neumann University, Founder of Grit and Glue athlete consultancy, and co-host of the Beyond Baseball podcast. Listen below or on Apple, Spotify and Stitcher. 80 minute duration. Listen on Apple, Spotify and Stitcher. Posted by Neil … Continue reading Episode 228: Caleb Mezzy on Athletes Preparing for Life After Sports, Social Media Strategy, and Teaching the Next Generation of Sports Biz

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry
#208: Kerry Gassner (Melbourne & Olympic Parks Trust) - How to make a career change into the sports industry

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 65:51


Hello friends!Dreading work today? Dreaming about a career in the sports industry?Never fear, we've got the perfect person to show you just how to make that industry swap.Meet Kerry Gassner, the man who went from truck driver, to Police Officer, to a job at the AFL!!Now the Venue Manager of John Cain Arena at Melbourne & Olympic Parks (aka - Nick Kyrgios' favourite arena), Kerry shares his wealth of knowledge on how to take that leap.So, if you're looking for help to transition to a career in sport, tune into episode #208 with Kerry!*If you want to learn more about us, feel free to connect with us on LinkedIn: Reuben, RyanOr if you'd like to ask us any questions, join the SportsGrad Community! It's THE place to be if you want to get your foot in the door, hire people quickly & easily, or learn from the best in the world.You can also find us on insta @sportsgradAnd if you're interested in more podcasts related to a certain topic (e.g. Events, High Performance etc.) check out our best picks here: www.sportsgrad.com.au/podcast*This episode is brought to you by Deakin University, the Official Education Partner of The SportsGrad Podcast.Find out why their Master of Business in Sport Management is not one of, but the best one in Australia, ranked at #1 at www.deakin.edu.au*If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes here? It takes less than 60 seconds, and really makes a difference in helping to land guests.Thanks for listening! You're all legends. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Touching Base: PR Edition
TOUCHING BASE: Jessica Cid

Touching Base: PR Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 41:04


On this episode of Touching Base: PR Edition, we have an interview with Jessica Cid. Jessica is the founder of Cid IMC! In this episode, we talk about so many things including the masters degree and doing it abroad, finding your niche, the bridge between social media, pr and marketing, and journalism and how it can help with PR. Jessica's Links: Website: https://www.cid-imc.com/ TOUCHING BASE: PR EDITION WEBSITE: touchingbasepr.com Touching Base: PR Edition is a motivating resource for those looking to break into the public relations industry. Through fun and informative podcast episodes including guests such as public relations professionals, founders and more, listeners will gain a better understanding for the public relations industry and the steps to make their own mark within it. Make sure to subscribe to the show on whatever platform you are listening on and get connected on Instagram @touchingbase_pr to ask questions and get sneak peeks of special guests! For guest inquiries, sponsorships, and general questions please email: jamie@touchingbasepr.com About The Host Hi! My name is Jamie Goerke. I'm used to the 280 character limit that Twitter gives me, but since I have more room here, let me tell you about myself! I graduated from Binghamton University in December of 2020 with a BA in English and I am looking to go into a career in the realm of public relations and social media. My passion lies in the field of athletics, whether that be college, professional sports, or athlete branding and marketing. However, I am open to learning and growing in different fields and have done internships in Lifestyle PR, higher education, and non-profit work. Currently, I am an Athletic Communications Graduate Assistant at St. John's University. In this role, I serve as the primary media contact for both Women's Volleyball and Softball, as well as being additional support for basketball. It is so exciting to be able to learn and grow new skills in the Big East Conference. Thanks to my position, I am also receiving a fully-funded Masters Degree in Sport Management. The knowledge I am learning in the classroom is invaluable. During undergrad, I took on leadership roles in various different clubs and organizations, including Dickinson Community Players (a student-run theatre group), Binghamton Dance Marathon (#FTK!), and my sorority, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi. I have worked with various different groups of people really honing in on my teamwork, leadership development, and communications skills. In addition, I spent two years interning in Binghamton's Athletic Department. Beyond the professional realm, I also am a creator. Since my YouTube comeback in January of 2019, I have been producing content focused on a wide variety of angles. My most popular videos include those depicting life at Binghamton University. My videos show every aspect of my life, encompassing my health and fitness journey and navigating post-grad life, the job-search and grad school. Instagram: @jamieinjpegs @jamie.is.a.human TikTok: @jamieinmotionn Youtube: www.youtube.com/jamiegoerke Music: bensound.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/touchingbasepr/support

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry
#207: Strength & Conditioning jobs: what you need to know

The SportsGrad Podcast: Your bite-sized guide to enter the sports industry

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 5:51


Hello friends!Picture this - your office is the MCG, your clients are elite athletes, and you're surrounded by 70,000 screaming fans.For strength & conditioning coaches in the AFL, this is their reality. But what else is there?To run us through all the ins and outs of preparing athletes to be at their best, Steve Moore from Carlton FC has shared his 'need to know' essentials! Think you'd enjoy a career in strength & conditioning? Learn all about S&C jobs in today's bitesize podcast!*If you want to learn more about us, feel free to connect with us on LinkedIn: Reuben, RyanOr if you'd like to ask us any questions, join the SportsGrad Community! It's THE place to be if you want to get your foot in the door, hire people quickly & easily, or learn from the best in the world.You can also find us on insta @sportsgradAnd if you're interested in more podcasts related to a certain topic (e.g. Events, High Performance etc.) check out our best picks here: www.sportsgrad.com.au/podcast*This episode is brought to you by Deakin University, the Official Education Partner of The SportsGrad Podcast.Find out why their Master of Business in Sport Management is not one of, but the best one in Australia, ranked at #1 at www.deakin.edu.au*If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes here? It takes less than 60 seconds, and really makes a difference in helping to land guests.Thanks for listening! You're all legends. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Girls Who Do Stuff
Feed Drop: Guys Who Do Stuff

Girls Who Do Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 32:26


Stuff In This Episode:  We talk with former Director of Creative Media for Football at North Carolina State University, Mike Jones, about what's next in his career and how he got to this point. Mike shares how it has been a life-long dream to work for the Charlotte Hornets, and the dream started as a player, then after he obtained a B.S. in Sport Management with a minor in Coaching from Liberty University in May 2018, it changed to being an agent. Shortly after that, he got experience with his first camera and fell in love with Photography.  Mike sought out mentors, worked hard, and created a career for himself as a creative, even though he struggled with that term. Mike shares stories of "making it happen" and working with celebrities. We discuss advice for creatives to make their dreams happen Be consistent. Do good work where you are at. You can get noticed. Network. Don't be afraid to seek help and take risks to make your dreams come true. It's Tuesday. To attract celebrity clients, you need to act like you've been there and not just "fan-girl" out. Links To Stuff We Talk About: Follow Mike on Instagram | Twitter | or his website at MikeJonesNC.com Episode Sponsor: This episode of The Guys Who Do Stuff is brought to you by The Studio Cary, your local neighborhood podcast studio. Connect with your audience. Grow your brand. Visit Podcast Cary Today for more info and booking.Help your friends who do stuff get unstuck, tell a better story, and have a good answer to the question, what are you doing today? If you like the Guys Who Do Stuff, visit GuysWhoDoStuff.com to subscribe for free, and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like the Guys Who Do Stuff, we'd appreciate you telling a friend (maybe even two). 

Guys Who Do Stuff
Mike Jones - Photographer for NC State Football, Clients, and now...

Guys Who Do Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 31:58


Stuff In This Episode:  We talk with former Director of Creative Media for Football at North Carolina State University, Mike Jones, about what's next in his career and how he got to this point. Mike shares how it has been a life-long dream to work for the Charlotte Hornets, and the dream started as a player, then after he obtained a B.S. in Sport Management with a minor in Coaching from Liberty University in May 2018, it changed to being an agent. Shortly after that, he got experience with his first camera and fell in love with Photography.  Mike sought out mentors, worked hard, and created a career for himself as a creative, even though he struggled with that term. Mike shares stories of "making it happen" and working with celebrities. We discuss advice for creatives to make their dreams happen Be consistent. Do good work where you are at. You can get noticed. Network. Don't be afraid to seek help and take risks to make your dreams come true. It's Tuesday. To attract celebrity clients, you need to act like you've been there and not just "fan-girl" out. Links To Stuff We Talk About: Follow Mike on Instagram | Twitter | or his website at MikeJonesNC.com Episode Sponsor: This episode of The Guys Who Do Stuff is brought to you by The Studio Cary, your local neighborhood podcast studio. Connect with your audience. Grow your brand. Visit Podcast Cary Today for more info and booking.Help your friends who do stuff get unstuck, tell a better story, and have a good answer to the question, what are you doing today? If you like the Guys Who Do Stuff, visit GuysWhoDoStuff.com to subscribe for free, and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like the Guys Who Do Stuff, we'd appreciate you telling a friend (maybe even two).