How have you changed since the world shutdown? We discuss today about how you should work more on your mental health and so much more. Follow us on social media @sportsinfocast.
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I can go on and on about how much I appreciate this guy and all he's done for me but I'll let the show do the talking. I sit down with my boss on with this guest who hasn't been on since checks notes 2017. Follow us on social media @sportsinfoc
Podcasters unite in a discussion about one of the greatest basketball upsets in history, how and why P5 Mentality started, and so much more. Follow us on social media @sportsinfocast.
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Have you started doing a career and realized that it might just not be for you? Jason has. What started as a career in the medical field lead him to the athletic communications profession from NAIA to Division I. Follow us on social media @spor
We continue with season four with Emily Dorko to detail being a two sport athlete along with getting hired at her alma mater. Follow us on social media @sportsinfocast.
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Working your way up the ladder involves a lot of patience, more than some ever have. David has worked through many situations, wanting to work in college athletics at a young age and has grown into his position now at Illinois Tech. Follow us o
Do you have to be a Kansas fan to work for CoSIDA? No, but the path for Beau to get to The Association ran through Lawrence working with Hall of Fame coaches and others as he details his creative journey. Follow us on social media @sportsinfoca
We kick off Season 4 of SIDcast with a seasoned professional who has transcended herself in her career, builing up departments and her impressive resume with stops all over the country. Follow us on social media @sportsinfocast.
We're all going through a tough time. Some obviously more than others but when you're critical, especially on yourself, it's hard to get out of your own head. We'll talk about that with the CCAC SID of the Year along with how to better serve yo
When times are as rough as what we've all experienced over the past few months, it's crucial to have a support system and be that support systems for your athletes as well as others in the industry. We have that and so much more today on this e
We return to SIDcast with a special episode with a powerful message for over an hour. We'll discuss keeping your eye on the long game, resistance and fear and how it is holding you back, investing in yourself, social justice in your office and
A lot of important topics discussed in this one including establishing boundaries with coaches, taking accountability in the workplace, COVID-19 impacts, and racial issues in society and sport. Follow us on social media @sportsinfocast.
We are joined by Jay Stancil once more, nearly 94 episodes after his first appearance to talk about what's happened between then and now, preparing for the fall with COVID-19 looming, and so much more. Follow us on social media @sportsinfocast.
The Bob Kentworthy Community Service Award winner joins us after a hiatus to talk about community service, the affects of cancer on a family, and more. Stick around to the end for a special salute as well as talks of Patrick's famous attire.
Our word of the day is 'effort' as we talk about the worker mentality and what it will take to set you apart from a crowd that just wants to check off boxes. We'll detail Lindy's journey as a Michael Jordan/UNC fan growing up to his position si
This is a difficult time for all of us but it's important to detach from the chaos and create something of value. This can be something you're interested in, a new business venture, a podcast, or maybe a newsletter. If you're familiar with Matt
We all had a range of emotions after the news broke that sports were cancelled for spring 2020. It's about how you react and frame a message that make the difference. We'll talk about that along with covering the entire student-athlete experien
We talk about what it takes to break into the industry with UIndy's Ryan Thorpe as he details sending out letters to media outlets/colleges/pro teams all over the area just to get a single chance at his dream of working in sport. Follow us on s
Today we have the SID Godfather on in the midst of wordly chaos. We'll talk about the prestige of NYU, why some bad moments may not be so bad, and if you can really be both a Mets and Yankees fan. Follow us on social media @sportsinfocast.
We're back to your regular scheduled programming from crossover season to talk with Akilah about how she broke into the sport industry after six years of teaching then working her way to her new comfy home in Knoxville. Follow us on social medi
When was the last time you did something for the first time? No, not the song. When was the last time you tried something new. Maybe a hobby or activity that you turn your nose up to might actually be something worth pursuing. We'll talk about
You probably know Will and his involvement with CoSIDA whether you've been a part of a committee or joined a webinar. But did you know Will was once the youngest head Football and Men's Basketball SID in the country at the age of 28? We'll talk
As registration for #CoSIDA2020 opens up, it's a perfect time to talk to someone who can't thank the convention enough for everything it has done for his career. Today we'll talk to J Glove about getting ready for the job seekers session this s
Aaron returns to the show in a brand new roll of Athletic Director at the same institution. We'll try and narrow down exactly what your department's role is within your University's plan and how you can further the mission within your community
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