Hey there Art of Likability Fam, I know it's been a long time since you've heard from me but I hope this interview helps get us started back on the right foot. I met Eli Smith and was truly impressed with what he's been able to accomplish and how he sees the world and wanted to share his story with you. Check it out!
Today on the Art of Likability, I'm happy to welcome David Gardner from the Big Jump Podcast and ColorJar Brand Consulting and Design onto the show! David also happens to be a 6'9" former professional basketball player and a D-I athlete at Dartmouth. From discussion of stereotypical "broke athletes" who blow their sports earnings after finishing up their playing days to other athletes who take on the business world, this episode is all about reinvention and renewal. Certainly athletes must go through reinvention at a young age, but what about the rest of us? We must know how to reinvent ourselves too in a time when it's common for people to have 10 jobs over a lifetime (and that number is climbing)! Come make the Big Jump with David Gardner and me on the latest, freshest episode of the Art of Likability!
Hey Family, So I have taken the summer off from the podcast as part of some deep reflection I am doing. I wanted to update you on what's been going down in my head and join you to take part in answering this important question "What am I creating?" I want you to know I'm thinking about how to best serve you, the listener. So your feedback is super important. Please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your thoughts from this podcast. Super important for the future of this programming. You. Are. Awesome! -Arel
Today on the Art of Likability, I'm overjoyed to have minister Darryl Strawberry dish on overcoming addiction and helping others to do the same. Darryl is a minister now, and in a previous life he was a Major League Baseball All-Star and World Series Champion for the New York Mets and the New York Yankees. Away from the baseball diamond, Darryl had to go through life problems like everyone else. He could swing a bat with the best of them, but it was infinitely tougher to step up to the plate against his inner addiction demons...until he did. This is Darryl's story of how he was reborn from his previous life as a supremely talented yet immature athlete to a grown man of God, spreading the good word on beating back addiction. Remember: You Are Awesome! -Arel