The Story About My Summer Internship

This is my story of the summer internship with KazSource, Inc. The company that owns this content platform, SportsEpreneur. -by John Priore   Flash back to the morning of May 8th. My alarm goes off, I wake up, hop in the shower, and start my day. During my hour drive to South Charlotte, I think about my new summer internship with KazSource. What will it be like? … Read more

Young Employees (Players) May Perform Well in the Moment

In sports, you hear contradictory things about rookies (young employees) all the time. That they’re great players because they put it all out there—they don’t know enough yet to feel the pressure, don’t realize how much they’re risking. They are out there having fun, living on the edge, and willing to try new things. Or, that rookies … Read more

3 Reasons Why Getting Laid Off Is Not the End of the World

So, you’ve just been laid off. You’re probably an emotional wreck, thinking about not having an income and not knowing what to do with yourself all day. That’s understandable, but losing your job is really not the end of the world. In fact, it may just be the new beginning that you have been needing.  … Read more

The Clemson Tigers Show Us How to Respond | AGAIN!

The Clemson Tigers Show Us How to Respond

Congratulations to the 2016 & 2018 College Football Champion, Clemson Tigers. Update: January 8, 2019  The Clemson Tigers have yet again shown us how to respond. In 2017, they lost in convincing fashion in the college football playoff semi-final to Alabama. As we explore in this article, they once again show us how to respond. … Read more

Foul Trouble Means Opportunity

SE+ Perspective | a perspective on sports matters

Basketball is one sport where if you commit too many fouls, you can’t play anymore. Often times, the coach needs to sit a player to keep them eligible to play later in the game. The big problem is the coach then needs to replace a good player with a lesser player. It might seem there … Read more