SE63 | The Psychology of a Goalkeeper with Lee Robinson

The Psychology of a Goalkeeper with Lee Robinson | SportsEpreneur

An episode all about the psychology of a goalkeeper featuring Lee Robinson, of The Modern Day GK. We discuss what it takes to be an outstanding goalkeeper. Lee talks about the mentality of a goalkeeper, how talent is not solely the way to stand out, and why it’s important to focus on skills and mindset … Read more

SE62 | FitLight | Sports Tech Innovation with Alana D’Andrade

FitLight | Sports Tech Innovation with Alana D’Andrade

Move. Measure. Motivate. In this episode, we feature Alana D’Andrade, Managing Director at FitLight Training. Alana shares knowledge around improving tech in sports training, stepping up your game as an athlete, and connecting the dots in business.   FitLight is a speed and cognitive training system that is designed to completely transform the way we exercise, … Read more

SE18 | Brady Murray | Racing for Orphans with Down Syndrome

Brady Murray | Racing for Orphans with Down Syndrome | SE Podcast

If you allow yourself to get caught up in a cause that is bigger than yourself, you will witness miracles. Today we speak with Brady Murray, CEO of Mass Mutual Intermountain West and Founder of RODS Racing. In this episode, we discuss Racing for Orphans with Down Syndrome (RODS). 

Brady carries on his incredible journey with his ultimate cause: finding homes for orphans with down syndrome. He lives in Salt Lake City, Utah with his wife and 5 children. 

Brady brings perspective of an incredible leader with the ultimate positive mindset. His story is one for the ages and any entrepreneur, racer, or individual can learn from Brady. 

With Brady’s inspiration and leadership traits, we are excited to have him on our podcast to share his thoughts with you.  

We are excited to feature Brady Murray on the SportsEpreneur Podcast. 

Why I Wear Sneakers to Work

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I wear sneakers to work — not always, there are days when I wear a suit and shoes, but many days, I rock Nike’s.  Why?  There are many reasons. I wear sneakers because they’re comfortable, because they’re fashionable, and because I just want to.  But mostly I wear sneakers so I can have no excuses for taking a 30-minute … Read more

Stay Productive: How to Beat That 2 O’Clock Feeling

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If you stay productive you will be productive, but how? You show up to work in the morning, refreshed from a good nights sleep and ready to work.   During the first few hours at the office, you are grooving, knocking out everything on your agenda and then some. What a great feeling!   Then, after a long and productive morning, you … Read more

Skip the Elevator, Take the Stairs

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Take the Stairs is a fitness in the workplace post from John Priore | KazFit You walk into the office in the morning, your legs still not completely awake after your commute to work, and you approach the door. Do you take the elevator or take the stairs?  This choice may seem like a no-brainer and … Read more