Joseph Bien-Kahn | Disrupting College Basketball With Creative Ideas

SE53 | Disrupting College Basketball With Creative Ideas | Joseph Bien-Kahn

A basketball league for the top 18-year-olds in the world? In this episode, Eric Kasimov chats with Joseph Bien-Kahn, a freelance journalist based out of Los Angeles. Eric and Joseph discuss an idea for a disruptive basketball league, content, and creativity.  Eric connected with Joe once he saw him featured in the Axios Sports Newsletter by Kendall…

Okkulo Founder on Bettering Athletes | Mel O'Connor | Technology in Sport

SE52 | OKKULO Founder on Bettering Athletes | Mel O’Connor

Creating more space for athletes to be better. In this episode, Eric Kasimov chats with Mel O’Connor, CEO and Founder of OKKULO training. Eric and Mel discuss taking an athlete’s training to the next level with the use of technology. Mel and his team are dedicated to the research and development of tech-driven training systems…

The Sports Philanthropy Network | Eric Kasimov | Creating Sports Content | Roy Kessel | SportsEpreneur

SE51 | The Sports Philanthropy Network with Roy Kessel Featuring Eric Kasimov and His Path to Creating Sports Content

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…

Discussing Life After Football with Ohio State Buckeye, Nate Oliver | SE

SE50 | Nate Oliver | Ohio State Buckeyes and Life After Football

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 to the 2007 to 2011 Ohio State Buckeye football program. Eric and Nate discuss the power of mentors, the impact of Coach Jim…

Three Feelings Sports and Entrepreneurship | Yes I Can Basketball | Dan McGovern

SE49 | The Three Feelings in Sports and Entrepreneurship with Dan McGovern

There’s winning, there’s losing, and then there’s not participating. In this episode, Eric Kasimov chats with Dan McGovern, Founder, Owner, and Director of Yes I Can Basketball. Coach Dan McGovern, known to many as Coach Mac, discusses with Eric the 3 feelings in sports, youth basketball, and finishing what you started.  Yes I Can Basketball is the most…

Making a Splash with US Olympian, Cullen Jones | SportsEpreneur

SE44 | Making a Splash with USA Olympic Gold Medalist, Cullen Jones (Part 1)

From almost drowning as a child to Olympic swimming gold medalist. In this episode, Eric Kasimov chats with Cullen Jones, USA Olympian, World Record Holder, and Olympic Gold Medalist.   Cullen is the first African American swimmer to hold a world record. The bottom line is Cullen is and always has been a man on a mission. Currently, he works with the Novant Health…

Super Bowl Business Lessons | Charlotte, NC | SportsEpreneur

Super Bowl Business Lessons

Takeaways from the Big Game | Or Simply Put, Super Bowl Business Lessons From Super Bowl 54 As we look back on the 2020 Super Bowl, we can’t help but look for ways to learn from it. While these aren’t lessons for us to teach our favorite teams how to make it to the Super…

Sports Betting & Barstool Sports Collide | Penn National Gaming | SportsEpreneur

Sports Betting and Barstool Sports Collide

This sports betting thing is really big, isn’t it? News broke this week that Barstool Sports was receiving a significant investment from a gaming company. Penn National Gaming is investing $163 million into Barstool Sports. Here’s the press release: Penn National Gaming (PNG) will own 36% of Barstool Sports. In three years, an additional…

The System Matters | SportsEpreneur | SE Original

The System Matters

I never thought I was a system-guy. I thought a system had to be precise, something you follow exactly, and I go by feel most of the time. I’m flexible. Except when I dissected my process, there was a system. I had just never thought about it that way before. Why did I start examining…

Sean Farrell | From Running the Bases to Running a Successful Business

SE32 | Sean Farrell | From Running the Bases to Running a Successful Business

Getting dirty and doing the work on and off the field. In this episode, we chat with Sean Farrell, CEO of Quality Data Systems and former Minor League Baseball Player for the Oakland Athletics. We discuss the life of a minor leaguer, business lessons from sports, and doing the work.  

Sean learned from a young age that if he was going to make it on the field, he had to get dirty. He has taken those same lessons from the ball field and applied them to the business world.  

Sean proves that if you put in the work, you can knock it out of the park.  

If you are a fan of baseball, hustle, and leadership, you will enjoy this conversation. 

We are excited to feature Sean Farrell on the SportsEpreneur Podcast.