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In the cut-throat world of sports entrepreneurship, The Sports Entrepreneur gives you the insights, tactics, and know-how to create a profitable sports business. Through conversations with other sports entrepreneurs, business owners, coaches, and thought leaders you will learn what it takes to turn a passion for sports into your livelihood. Casey leads her listeners into the business of sports to uncover what it takes to be successful in creating, building, and expanding a sports-centric company. This show takes the sports-minded to the next level to become the sports entrepreneurs they want to be. If you want to leave a legacy for your family, turn your expertise into a system, grow your current company, learn the business of sports, or simply listen to successful entrepreneurs share their insights then The Sports Entrepreneur is for you.

In the cut-throat world of sports entrepreneurship, The Sports Entrepreneur gives you the insights, tactics, and know-how to create a profitable sports business. Through conversations with other sports entrepreneurs, business owners, coaches, and thought leaders you will learn what it takes to turn a passion for sports into your livelihood. Casey leads her listeners into the business of sports to uncover what it takes to be successful in creating, building, and expanding a sports-centric company. This show takes the sports-minded to the next level to become the sports entrepreneurs they want to be. If you want to leave a legacy for your family, turn your expertise into a system, grow your current company, learn the business of sports, or simply listen to successful entrepreneurs share their insights then The Sports Entrepreneur is for you.
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In the cut-throat world of sports entrepreneurship, The Sports Entrepreneur gives you the insights, tactics, and know-how to create a profitable sports business. Through conversations with other sports entrepreneurs, business owners, coaches, and thought leaders you will learn what it takes to turn a passion for sports into your livelihood. Casey leads her listeners into the business of sports to uncover what it takes to be successful in creating, building, and expanding a sports-centric company. This show takes the sports-minded to the next level to become the sports entrepreneurs they want to be. If you want to leave a legacy for your family, turn your expertise into a system, grow your current company, learn the business of sports, or simply listen to successful entrepreneurs share their insights then The Sports Entrepreneur is for you.

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Episodes

019: Casey Wright | Top Business Lessons Learned in 2018

1/17/2019
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Key takeaways: You don’t want struggle to turn into suffering. Bringing struggles into light allows you to set goals and create habits to avoid them in the future.If you learn to ask great questions, you get great answers. By answering a question with a statement, you’re just ensuring that you will likely get that question again.Align your schedule with your energy - 9am energy and 4pm energy is completely different. Try to be proactive in the mornings when your energy is high, and reactive...

Duration:00:39:31

018: Nicole Langevin | The Risk to Connect

1/10/2019
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Key takeaways: Kind of continuing a theme we started last time on the show with Casey and Matt Iseman, Nicole took the risk to go talk to Alicia Sacramone, a silver medalist with the 2008 United States Olympic team, and the second most decorated American gymnast in world champion history. They hit it off, and Alicia is now Vice President of the company, and had Nicole not had the courage to approach her, who knows where her business might be today. In the end, it’s all about connections,...

Duration:00:29:59

017: Matt Iseman | Life is Short; Do What Makes You Happy

12/31/2018
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Key Takeaways: Just because something looks good on paper, you don’t live your life on paper. If your heart isn’t into something the way it needs to be, then you owe it to yourself to do the best for yourself.You can't plan life, and you can't plan how your business is going to go. You can't plan how your career is actually going to go. You can have an idea but you can't control what opportunities you get. So the ability to be flexible, the ability to respond in the moment is something you...

Duration:00:36:04

017: Casey Wright | What's your practice look like?

12/20/2018
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Resources and links discussed: @TSE_podcastwww.thesportsentrepreneur.com Learn more about NinjaZone at www.theninjazone.com

Duration:00:12:44

016: Dr. Rob Bell | No One Gets There Alone

12/13/2018
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Key Takeaways: A better “us” makes a better “you” and a better “you” makes a better “us” -- and you truly get what you give. The only way that we get pushed forward is when the others are around us are trying to do what we're trying to do, and “my success” becomes “our success.” When the culture of a business turns to a team rooting for each other’s successes is when you really start to win.Every person that you meet could be the most important person that you meet. Every practice that we...

Duration:00:18:56

015: Mark Mahoney | Delegate and Document

12/6/2018
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Key Takeaways: Give your leaders and your employees all the tools that they need to be successful and then get out of their way. Always, always look for feedback from them - positive and negative.Learn your customer's frustrations and try to find the moment it happens. The better you know their frustrations, the sooner you can correct them.If you have people that are upset - customers or employees - they're usually just passionate people. They can be passionate negatively...but they can...

Duration:00:22:24

014: Jason Khalipa | As Many Reps As Possible

11/29/2018
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Key Takeaways: Don’t overthink it and don’t be afraid to create conversations. Remember there's no perfect pitch - just start conversations and consistently follow up to find success.If you’re debating a new hire, look at where there is a drain of your energy and where your competencies are lacking to find the holes in your organization. It’s not about what you think you need, it’s about what you actually need.It's all about hard work, execution, and dedication for a long time. That’s the...

Duration:00:20:13

013: Samantha Peszek | There’s No Business Blueprint

11/22/2018
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Key Takeaways: It doesn't matter how old you are or what industries you've been in, every business is essentially the same - people don't know exactly what they're doing when they start out and they just figure it out as they go along.Be detail oriented in everything you do, but don’t get so consumed that you're not taking the next step because of it.When working with children, the goal should be to both give them the technical skills and also the emotional tools. Creating confident kids is...

Duration:00:19:30

012: John Roethlisberger | Get Up and Grind

11/15/2018
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Key Takeaways: Sports are supposed to be fun - that’s why we did them and that’s why our clients and customers do them. Don’t take the fun out of it.You have to be ready to reset and do that same thing again if you want to be an elite business owner or an elite entrepreneur or just have a successful business.Enjoy the journey each day - it’s not about the medal or the end goal. Love to learn. Try a “Live in the Moment Monday”! Resources and links discussed: Learn more about Flip Fest...

Duration:00:28:09

011: Jeff Metzger | Transitioning From Boss to Leader

11/8/2018
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Key Takeaways: Sports business are most successful when they focus on instruction and not just the competitionThe 500/3 rule - when to use it and how it changes the structure of your businessBosses, coaches, or owners that don't consider themselves leaders are putting themselves at a big disadvantage. Your job, and the way you make decisions, changes when you wake up every day and say “I'm a leader.” Resources and links discussed: Learn more about Boot Camp atwww.metzgerbootcamp.comTalk to...

Duration:00:27:28

010: Kevin Ahaus | More than Wins and Losses: Combating Youth Burnout and Creating Athletes

11/7/2018
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Key Takeaways: If you document things, overtime known obstacles will begin to present themselves to you. It’s the “puberty of business”!Youth sports are full of busy parents. You have to actively work to combat burnout in your youngest athletes.Relationships with parents and families are integral to your success Resources and links discussed: Learn more about High-Performance Athletic Development -https://www.hyperformancead.com/Follow Casey on Twitter - @caseywrightnzFollow The Sports...

Duration:00:28:13

009: Gary Brackett | Be a Starter

10/29/2018
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Key Takeaways: The first step is thinking of yourself as the person you want to be. Picturing success is the first step in being it.Consider going to business for yourself but not by yourself.How you do anything is how you do everything. Resources and links discussed: Learn more about the Stacked Pickle and franchising -stackedpickle.comFollow Gary on Instagram - @garybrackettFollow Gary on Twitter - @garybrackett58Follow Casey on Twitter - @caseywrightnzFollow The Sports Entrepreneur on...

Duration:00:34:14

008: Casey Wright | Seven Steps to Cloning Yourself - Part 2

10/29/2018
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Key Takeaways: It is possible to use intention and planning to clone yourself and empower your people at the same time.There are seven steps for a reason - work the plan in full to make the biggest difference.When in doubt, always go back to step 1. Resources and links discussed Check out Simon Sinek’s “The Why” - Watch the TalkandVisit His WebsiteCheck out Tim Ferris’ take onFear SettingThis Forbes article on time blockingis a great one!And so is this blog on how to do 1:1s with your...

Duration:00:14:50

007: Casey Wright | Seven Steps to Cloning Yourself - Part 1

10/29/2018
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Key Takeaways: It is possible to use intention and planning to clone yourself AND empower your people at the same time.There are seven steps for a reason - work the plan in full to make the biggest difference.When in doubt, always go back to step 1. Resources and links discussed: Check out Simon Sinek’s “The Why” - Watch the TalkandVisit His WebsiteCheck out Tim Ferris’ take onFear SettingThis Forbes article on time blockingis a great one!And so is this blog on how to do 1:1s with your...

Duration:00:18:52

006: Angie Tyler | Invest in Yourself and Your People

10/29/2018
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Key Takeaways: Invest in your business by educating yourselfGet your team involved in the evaluation, planning, and the transition process for big decisions.Set up your exit process and know your financials Resources and links discussed: Learn more about the All About Kids Sports Center facilities:https://allaboutkids.cc/Follow Casey on Twitter - @caseywrightnzFollow The Sports Entrepreneur on Twitter -@TSE_podcastLearn more about The Sports Entrepreneur atwww.thesportsentrepreneur.com...

Duration:00:24:29

005: Mike Young | Set goals, be competitive

10/29/2018
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Key Takeaways: Don’t be afraid of failure.Set your goals and drive hard toward those goals. It’s ok to be competitive.Coaching is truly a leadership position. Resources and links discussed Learn more about the Athletic Lab:https://www.athleticlab.comFollow Mike on Twitter - @MikeYoungConnect with Mike on Instagram - @MikeYoungPhDFollow Casey on Twitter - @caseywrightnzFollow The Sports Entrepreneur on Twitter -@TSE_podcastLearn more about The Sports Entrepreneur...

Duration:00:25:46

004: Megan Perry | Be The Leader They Need To See

10/29/2018
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Key Takeaways: “You have to see it to be it”Use your strengths to become a leader in the industry and fill in the gaps. Resources and links discussed: Learn more about Megan:https://www.megan-perry.com/Learn more about She Inspires Sports:https://www.sheinspiressports.com/Follow Megan on Twitter - @missmegs42Follow Megan on Instagram - @missmegan42Follow Casey on Twitter - @caseywrightnzFollow The Sports Entrepreneur on Twitter -@TSE_podcastLearn more about The Sports Entrepreneur...

Duration:00:26:00

003: Olivia Roney | Focused Leadership and Staffing

10/29/2018
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Key Takeaways: Fill in your weakness with other people.People and children don’t have the ability to focus due to overstimulation.Practice self-discipline daily. Resources and Links discussed Follow Olivia on Instagram - @tornadoroneyLearn more about Crouching Tigers:www.crouchingtigers.com Follow Casey on Twitter - @caseywrightnzFollow The Sports Entrepreneur on Twitter -@TSE_podcastLearn more about The Sports Entrepreneur atwww.thesportsentrepreneur.com Learn more about NinjaZone at...

Duration:00:26:44

002: Bryan Kryder | Don’t Delay Your Greatness

10/29/2018
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Key Takeaways: “Don’t delay your greatness” – why taking the leap is scary but necessary.Knowing how to take and use feedback as an opportunity to grow. Resources and Links discussed Follow Bryan on Twitter - @bryankryderConnect with Bryan Kryder on LinkedInFollow Casey on Twitter - @caseywrightnzFollow The Sports Entrepreneur on Twitter -@TSE_podcast Learn more about NinjaZone at www.theninjazone.com

Duration:00:25:33

002: Bryan Kryder | Don’t Delay Your Greatness

10/29/2018
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Key Takeaways: “Don’t delay your greatness” – why taking the leap is scary but necessary.Knowing how to take and use feedback as an opportunity to grow. Resources and Links discussed Follow Bryan on Twitter - @bryankryderConnect with Bryan Kryder on LinkedInFollow Casey on Twitter - @caseywrightnzFollow The Sports Entrepreneur on Twitter -@TSE_podcast Learn more about NinjaZone at www.theninjazone.com

Duration:00:25:33