Brett Lorin (former pro baseball player) had his sights set on the major leagues – but after 7 years in the minors, the call never came. In this episode he shares the value of growing up as a multi-sport athlete, having the self-belief to take ownership and make a change while playing college sports, what it’s really like playing in the minor leagues, and his experience not making it to the majors and deciding to hang up the cleats and pursue other experiences in life.
Cory Camp is a former D1 swimmer, and the founder of Forever Athlete. In this episode we talked about going ALL IN with sharing your story, mindful content creation and social media use, how to make friends as an adult / in life after sports, his experience being single for 5 years, learning to love himself, and his #1 secret to happiness.
Reid Meyer is a former D1 athlete and founder of Athletes To Athletes, a college athlete recruiting consultancy. In this episode we peel back the curtains on college sports and the stressors high school and college athletes face in the process.
Kim Carducci is a former D1 athlete, author of I of the Tiger, and founder of Everything Athletes. In this conversation we unpack the concept of athlete identity, how to not become too attached to it, and how to manage when you are injured or retire.
Today’s episode covers Natalie’s journey from hockey player, to snowboarder, to crossfitter, all while pursuing goals as an entrepreneur. There’s not much this girl hasn’t done and hearing her experiences in her own words it both enlightening and inspiring!
Mikey Taylor is a pro skateboarder turned entrepreneur, Co-Founder of Saint Archer Brewery & President of Commune Capital. He talks about his career, life after sports, mental health, entrepreneurship, building wealth and more!