Kyler Murray Joins Esports Group FaZe Clan

Faze Clan and Kyler Murray Team Up in the Esports World | SportsE

Kyler Murray is taking his talents into the Esports world. The Arizona Cardinals quarterback and the top overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft has joined the Esports organization FaZe Clan as its newest member and investor. FaZe Clan was founded in 2010, headquartered in Los Angeles, but has grown worldwide in the organization’s 11 … Read more

SE65 | Founders Therapy Session with Matt Wunderli

Personalizing the platform. An entrepreneurial mindset conversation with the Co-Host of the Founders Therapy Podcast, Matt Wunderli. Matt is the epitome of the word entrepreneur. He is the CEO of Publisher Arts and other startups. Publisher Arts is a media science company. As they say, analytics at the core of digital transformation. Matt is also an … Read more

SE45 | The Olympian Mindset with Swimmer, Cullen Jones (Part 2)

The Olympian Mindset with Swimmer Cullen Jones (Part 2) | SE Charlotte

Stories from the pool told by a man on a mission. This is part two of Eric Kasimov’s conversation with Cullen Jones, USA Olympian, world record holder, and Olympic gold medalist. In this episode, Eric and Cullen discuss the Olympian mindset, Kobe Bryant, Lebron James, and Michael Jordan’s influence on Cullen, and the dramatic 4×100 … Read more

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

Making a Splash with US Olympian, Cullen Jones | SportsEpreneur

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 … Read more

SE21 | John Priore and Eric Kasimov | Bringing Energy to a Team

John Priore and Eric Kasimov | Bringing Energy to a Team | SE Pod

Do you bring a positive spark to your team? In this episode, we discuss bringing energy to a team—in sports and business. 

Positive energy can bring everyone up around you. On all levels of teams, you see athletes join new teams and provide that spark. That kind of spark may be the push that team needed.  

On the other end of it, having toxic individuals on your team can bring everyone down.  

Can these toxic individuals handle losing? Can they fight through the tough times?  

We discuss our experiences with both positive and negative people on our teams.

With the importance of energy in sports and business, we are excited to feature this story on the SportsEpreneur Podcast. 

Young Players Are…Young

Young Players Are...Young | SportsEpreneur | Ben Simmons

Ben Simmons and Young Business Professionals I hear negative comments about young players in all sports, but most recently in basketball. People go at these players as if these kids are finished products—as if anybody is ever a finished product. Take 22-year-old Ben Simmons, of the Philadelphia 76ers, a phenom by all accounts. He is … Read more

Think Big Picture

Think Big Picture | SportsEpreneur | NBA Season Is About the Big Picture

How the NBA Season and Your Business is All About the Big Picture Every NBA team’s season is full of wins and losses and strategic decisions, but that win or loss doesn’t mean the same thing for every team. The right decision for one team might be the wrong decision for another. That’s because not … Read more

Sometimes It Just Takes Two

Sometimes It Just Takes Two | SportsEpreneur, Charlotte Content Platform - f-22a raptor

Duos work because sometimes, it just takes two Simon needed Garfunkle. Jerry needed George. Jack needed Jill. And to finish on a sports duo, Shaq needed Kobe (and vice versa). What does all of this matter? Sales, projects, getting work done, that’s why it matters. If you’re on a project by yourself, it’s all yours, … Read more

The Washington Capitals Recurring Obstacle

The Washington Capitals Recurring Obstacle | SportsEpreneur

Learning about overcoming obstacles from watching the Washington Capitals  There it is again. You’ve come so far, but then there’s that familiar old obstacle in your way and the success just stops. We’ve all run into it. Some people call it running into a brick wall. Some people call it hitting a plateau. A certain … Read more

Sometimes You Have to Hand the Ball to Your Running Back

Sometimes You Have to Hand the Ball to Your Running Back

You are rolling at the quarterback position today, 25-30 with 358 yards and three touchdowns. Nothing can slow you down. The passing game is flourishing, and the last thing you want to think about is handing the ball off to your running back. However, the defense knows that you are not going to hand the … Read more