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Entrepreneur content can be found in many places these days. In an email, in a book, on Facebook, in a Snapchat story, in your LinkedIn newsfeed and of course in one of the hottest social media platforms, Instagram. If you have followed SportsEpreneur content for a while you know we love Instagram (also known as Insta and IG). 

Recently we created posts with a new feel. Not long-form articles, but short-form. Quick hitters if you will. Sports and entrepreneur content that gets you (and us) to think about our business using sports analogies. 

We’ve brought those posts to this article for you to take in quickly and easily. We hope you like. And more importantly, we hope they help…you and your business.

What is easy to you may not be so easy to someone else: an MLB pop fly analogy. 

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The ball is hit, high to the short stop. Easy out says the announcer. Sure is, to a MLB player!! Go try going out there as a non-baseball player and catch a routine pop fly that is hit to what seems like into the clouds! Not so easy. Add in the sun, the fans, the pressure. And what is easy for a MLB shortstop looks like flying a plane for a child! Your business while to you and to some others is easy. It isn’t to most. You think posting a blog to your website is easy until you show someone who has never done it before. You think creating a finance spreadsheet for your business is easy until the person that needs it has no clue what to do. You think organizing a closet is easy until you watch someone with a messy closet try to clean it. It may be easy to you—but that’s you.

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