This article, “NASCAR: A New Era of Fandom” highlighting the good that NASCAR is doing to build a new era of fandom was written by SportsEpreneur’s own, Michael Wilson. It’s difficult opening up social media and, regardless of whichever side you lean towards, to not get angry at all the events going on right now. However,…
We all think of speed around the track as the main aspect of NASCAR, but before we get to witness the speed, we see a pace car controlling the speed.
I’m fascinated by pace in business. Not everyone can move at the same pace–so it’s up to the leaders to push and control the pace of the individuals and the team. Push the pace all the time and you may wear out your team. Don’t push the pace enough and you may fall behind.
Think about pace in your business as it relates to NASCAR.
If nothing else, who doesn’t appreciate a good view of one of Charlotte’s most iconic venues–Charlotte Motor Speedway.
What will be your pace in business this week?
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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.