Planning a workshop for over 1,000 high school students and 200 Athletic trainers and sports medicine professionals is not easy. Catherine had a crash course and did a great job. Hear her feedbackand advise.
You can tell it is the end of the year because we got off to a really slow start on this one. Wrapping up year two we get some feedback and reflect on our guests. Since I am short on time there will be almost no editing for this one. Thanks for listening!
Year round organized sports are too much for young kids. If the professionals don't play the same sport 12 months a year then why would you ask a 12- 18 year old too? Listen to the stats and let your kid rest.
Kevin Brown, former athletic trainer and longtime friend of Jeremy's joins us to have a couple good laughs as we tell stories of trouble we go into during our time as student athletic trainers. CAUTION: You may not want your students to hear this.
This was our second skype call and third to be broadcast live via USTREAM. It was also our first international call, ergo we are now a global force.
Andy Brockway joins us to discuss his story and journey from Utah to become an assistant Athletic Trainer for Houston Baptist University‘s Athletic Training program. It is always cool to be able to promote “my” school.
Look for HBU Sports Medicine Course Lectures on iTunesU in August
As a VP and Director of Communications for Meador Staffing, Morgan Sheen knows about building your brand through social media. If you want to be successful at something then talk to someone who has found success in that area. That's what I am doing here.
There is a real truth to the proverb “With age comes wisdom.” Mr. Ben Meador has 44 years of experience hiring people. They have been successful through several poor job markets because of the visionary leadership of Mr. Meador. My favorite thing is that Mr. Meador never hesitated when I asked him to come speak to our students and listeners.
Bubba Wilson has had a prolific career throughout Texas as an Athletic Trainer. Because of his vast experiences, he has a lot more to say than we can fit into a normal length podcast. This means we get to invite him back for another episode.