This is the kind of conversation that has a lasting impact. Jimmie Bell (JB) has had this effect on people for years, but before he started affecting others, he had to get real himself. As a defensive lineman at Ohio State, Jimmie Bell was on the wrong track. As he said, “I was useless to … Read more
Worry about yourself. That was my thought as I scrolled tweets from Ohio State Football fans hoping bad things will happen to other teams. So, Ohio State didn’t make it to the College Football Playoff, and now they want this or that to go wrong for the teams that did—and I get it, until I … Read more
Connecting to the sports world through content. Eric had the privilege of being featured on The Sports Philanthropy Network with Roy Kessel. Eric and Roy discuss opportunities in content creation, launching SportsEpreneur, and an athlete’s transition to life after sports. Creating genuine content as a current or former athlete, sports fan, or business professional can go a long … Read more
Behind the scenes with one of college basketball’s finest, Coach Thad Matta. A winning culture is contagious and Matta’s stories from his days with The Ohio State Buckeyes, Xavier Musketeers, and Butler Bulldogs prove that out. In this episode, Thad Matta and host of the ClutchTimeout podcast series, Alan Major, provide insights and glimpses about … Read more
The impact of being a Buckeye both on and off the field. In this episode, Eric Kasimov chats with Nate Oliver, Director of the Keith B. Key Buckeye Social Entrepreneurship Program at The Ohio State University, and a key member of the 2007 to 2011 Ohio State Buckeye football program. Eric and Nate discuss the … Read more
Creating analogies between sports and business. In this episode, our SportsEpreneur Founder, Eric Kasimov explains the SportsEpreneur story and why this content platform exists. This content platform has developed in incredible ways throughout the years and has lead to amazing opportunities. We hope you can learn from Eric’s story of why he built this platform, SportsEpreneur.
Are you an athlete or entrepreneur looking to learn more about creating your own content that matters? We encourage you to check out our Content Matterz platform. On this platform, we discuss quick hitting topics in and around the world of content marketing. We hope you can learn from us and our stories.
Why SportsEpreneur Exists with Eric Kasimov Headlines
Eric’s Desire to Create a Content Platform Around Sports
Why Sports and Business Relate
Applying Sports Analogies to Business
Changing the Perspective of Business Professionals
The Importance of Giving Content
What SportsEpreneur Has Lead To
Doing Fun Work
Talent is a gift, uncommon is a choice. In this episode, we chat with Tim Kight, Founder of Focus 3 and host of The Focus 3 Podcast with Urban Meyer. We discuss many topics including motivation, uncommon people, and wide receiver Michael Thomas.
Tim’s business has a mission is to help companies around the world align the power of leadership, culture, and behavior to achieve next level results.
I first learned of Tim Kight when Ohio State shared the leadership program they had started after the 2012 season. Hearing how they identified Freshman, JT Barrett as an elite leader had me intrigued by what was to come with the Buckeyes.
Sure enough in 2014, Ohio State won the national championship against a national perception and in the face of much adversity. As I continued to pay attention to the program, it was obvious the strong leadership the program had. And I came to realize the impact Tim Kight was having behind the scenes.
I would encourage you to become a subscriber to The Focus 3 Podcast. It will absolutely be a difference maker for you.
Let’s get into uncommon leadership and welcome Tim Kight on the SportsEpreneur Podcast.
Why do I run a content platform about sports and business? I could talk about how SportsEpreneur fits in with the rest of my business plan, or I could talk about how it gives value to the public and to current and potential clients. All of that is true. But right now I want to talk about what the … Read more
Taking your game to the next level in sports, life, and business. In this episode, we chat with James Cotton, founder of Buck-Icon and former Buckeye football player. We talk Ohio State football, life transitions, and accountability. All of this and more with Buckeye great, James Cotton.
Buck-Icon’s mission is to become a premier apparel and merchandise retailer and provide resources for former members of the Ohio State football program and all individuals to enhance their careers which will help them transition into professional life in Corporate America, athletics, society, and the community.
James Cotton was a defensive lineman for the Ohio State Buckeyes. In 1998 he was a part of the Big 10 Championship team that went onto win the Sugar Bowl.
Cotton was drafted by the Chicago Bears in the 2000 NFL Draft. He also is a Canadian Football League Grey Cup Champion.
If you need help navigating the transitions in your life, let this conversation be a resource as James brings experience both on and off the field, and it is clear early on in this chat that James is here to help.
With that, we are excited to feature James Cotton on the SportsEpreneur Podcast.
Sports media wants your clicks. As sports fans it’s often hard to be unbiased. Being real and genuine goes a long way, and often, sports media is not real or genuine.
With today’s tools, there are ways to find (or create) the platform you want to see. We talk about the good and the bad in sports media.
We had Shane Larson, the host of The Gametime Guru Podcast, share his thoughts on this topic in this episode.