Sports Illustrated winner Kids of the year 2012

I normally don’t pay so much attention to the nomination of the Sports Illustrated prizes of the year, as they normally go to the best playing basketball player, baseball player or other multimillionaire athlete. For last year it seemed to be the same, as Lebron James was named the winner. He didn’t agree though, and…

Sport Management Interview

The beauty of the internet is that if you are open to it, you can make connections with very kind people. I always look out to connect with people who have an interesting story to share, especially about sports and management. I was pleasantly surprised when I received an email from Brandon Yeager, with the…

Changes in Sports

Here is a short 3 minute video about a theoretical framework on change. httpv://youtu.be/muCUtOtgbqM   [learn_more caption=”Read the text”] So hi guys, this is just a short video. It’s been a while since I made a video, but now that I finished the new design of the website, I want to publish more videos in…

Interview Devon Harris “Keep Pushing”

It is always interesting to see what direction former elite/ Olympic athletes take with their career, after their sporting career. Most of us remember the movie Cool Runnings (1993), which was a comedy based on the true story of the First Jamaican bobsled team trying to make it to the winter Olympics. I had the…

Managing risk in sports

Whenever we work in sports, be it as a volunteer or a professional, the top priorities are the day to day work. We don’t start with planning the long term policy, and analyze our insurances or possible risks our athletes and coaches, or do we? But if we just stop and think about the possible…

Multi tasking in sports

This is just a short video, where I show you a simple test to analyze whether multi tasking on the job, at home, or in sports is as productive as we think it is. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lkE6ZsN9mf8