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Makers of Sport Podcast #49

August 17, 2015
Defining Success for You Success is something we obsess over in this day and age. We are inundated on social media and television with the success of others. Continue Reading

Makers of Sport Podcast #48

August 10, 2015
Matt Coyle "We're constantly looking for inspiration...it always comes down to the passion of it. So when you get a cool opportunity you want to maximize it." Continue Reading

Makers of Sport Podcast #47

August 4, 2015
MLC Connect Interviews In continuation of giving you a behind-the-scenes of my experience at Major Level Creative Connect, this week's Halftime is a compilation of quick interviews wit Continue Reading

Makers of Sport Podcast #46

July 27, 2015
Kyle Bunch "Today with how easy it is to start something that demonstrates your passion and your ability...there's no excuse. Continue Reading

Makers of Sport Podcast #45

July 20, 2015
MLC Connect Panel "We are in the business of cultural identity. We rally communities. We rally people around a movement." Continue Reading

Makers of Sport Podcast #44

July 13, 2015
Torch Creative   "Design by focus group, is like ordering a pizza for 10,000 people." Continue Reading

Makers of Sport Podcast #43

July 6, 2015
Working Remotely We live in the best time period in the history of the world when it comes to following our passions online. Continue Reading

Makers of Sport Podcast #42

June 28, 2015
Chris David Garcia "If there's ever an idea and you realize there is an opportunity there, opportunity has a shelf life. You gotta do it. You gotta do it quick." Continue Reading

Makers of Sport Podcast #41

June 22, 2015
Firing Clients Sometimes things just don't work out. Deciding when to fire a client and then firing the client is very hard. Continue Reading

Makers of Sport Podcast #40

June 15, 2015
Jon Contino "If I wasn't myself [through my work] then it really wasn't worth doing. Continue Reading