Halftime Adjustments: Fallacy Bias

Halftime Adjustments: Fallacy Bias | SportsEpreneur

In a recent broadcast of Monday Night Football, former NFL quarterback Peyton Manning revealed that the commonly held belief in the importance of “halftime adjustments” in football is a fallacy. Manning said, “I don’t think I ever made a halftime adjustment in my entire 18-year career. I think it is the biggest myth in football … Read more

SE+ Perspective | USA vs Netherlands

SE+ Perspective | a perspective on sports matters

SE+ perspective blog on USA vs Netherlands by Mason Kasimov. Mason is a senior at Providence Day School and Goalkeeper for Charlotte Independence SC. On Sunday, the USA and the Netherlands will be battling in the round of 16—winner moves on to the quarterfinals, and the loser goes home. So far, America has tied against … Read more

SE+ Perspective | Your Sporting Career Is Over: What Now?

SE+ Perspective | Your Sporting Career Is Over: What Now?

It is September after your senior year. You graduated a few months earlier, started a job, and moved to a new city. You have settled into your new life, but one thing is missing: a new athletic season. Getting suited up to step out on the field or court, or dive into the pool is … Read more

SE Perspective | 5 Misconceptions About College Athletic Scholarships

Misconceptions About College Athletic Scholarships | SE

A lot of misinformation is spread about college athletics, particularly surrounding scholarships. For an athlete interested in playing a sport at the collegiate level, it is essential to understand every aspect of athletic scholarships before beginning conversations with coaches. That way, you know what to expect once you get into the process. Here are five … Read more

SE Perspective | Navigating the NIL World as an International Student-Athlete

SE Perspective | Navigating the NIL World as an International Student-Athlete

July 1, 2021 marked a massive shift in the collegiate athletic landscape. After countless calls over the past decade for the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) to revise its outdated amateurism rules, its Division I Board of Directors approved an interim Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) policy. The amendment allows college athletes nationwide to now … Read more

The Content Series | Content Is The New Credit Check

content is the new credit check

Your content is how individuals decide if they will work with you. It’s the new credit check. When you apply for financing, like a business loan or a credit card or a mortgage, the information you provide on the front-end may pre-qualify you—but you don’t actually have the mortgage yet. So close, yet so far. … Read more