Lochte: Do you lie? I always ask my new interns on their first day at our Monday morning meeting one question. Do you lie? Invariably, 99% of the kids who come in and start an internship are afraid of the truth. They tell me that they don’t lie. I then proceed to ask the room,
When we think of Cam Newton and Steph Curry today, we really don’t think of comebacks. That’s only because we have short memories with regards to sports. Both MVP candidates are blowing everyone away with their performance as professional athletes. They both are leading their teams to undefeated records and setting league (and team) records
Baseball, sportsmanship, community involvement and contributions to their team, individuals possessing these traits deserve Recognition. sports technology David Meltzer Following up on last week’s blog focusing on unsportsmanlike conduct, we now look at the other end of the spectrum, sportsmanship and giving back to the community. David Meltzer Last Friday the MLB awarded the Roberto Clemente Award
When we market a client at Sports 1 Marketing, we have one specific criteria: our clients have to give back to their community. They must support a cause or a charity that they are passionate about. The reason that we require this is not only because we want to shift the paradigm of value and
Football’s here again. After Cam Newton’s infamous post-Super Bowl presser last year, we know that while we all strive to win, we cannot always attain that goal. Here are some tips to get back to your winning ways after dealing with a tough loss. The first is to be accountable The best winners are accountable
The Power of Collective Belief A collective belief is the most powerful thing in sports. Whether it starts with a team, stadium, city, country, or even the world, collective belief is the inspiration to make your perception a reality. A group of people with the same energy striving for the same goal can do anything.
In 2012 Nike became the official uniform provider of the NFL — ever notice how the Northwest team (Seattle) got much cooler uniforms than anyone else? Since then, other sneaker companies have been figuring out how to compete with the juggernaut. Last year Adidas put out an offer — $1,000,000 to any player that can