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This podcast discusses topics revolving around finding purpose, maximizing our potential, sports, and life after sports. Topics ranging from what sport has taught us, how we transitioned from a singular focus and pursuit of our athletic goals and dreams to the decision to end our sports careers and move into the next phase of our lives. With my guests, I plan to discuss how competitive sport has shaped us into who we are today, the difficulties of transitioning from sport to a "normal civili ...
 
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Tracy Reifkind is the Author of "The Swing!" Lose the Fat and Get Fit with This Revolutionary Kettlebell Program. Tracy's book is inspired by her transformation journey and is a fantastic manual that is detailed yet simple to follow and can be easily personalized. At forty-one years of age, Tracy, after being overweight her entire life, made a fant…
 
Zachary Green's experiences in the Marine Corps shaped his destiny. His time in the military, then as a firefighter, gave him the resourcefulness, integrity, and grit to become a highly successful entrepreneur. Taking risks, trusting himself, and never letting go of his dreams drove him to create, produce, market, and sell a product that saves live…
 
Amy Eliza Wong is the Founder of "Always On Purpose" and an author of an upcoming book "Living on Purpose." Amy is a transformational coach and facilitator working with the biggest names in tech, organizations such as Salesforce, Facebook, LinkedIn, and more. Amy offers transformative leadership development and cutting-edge communication strategies…
 
Samah Damahoori is the co-founder and creator of Madina Papel. You can subscribe to this channel on YouTube. Please watch the eight-minute story of Madina Papel before listening to this podcast. Samah grew up in Saudi Arabia and came to the USA in 2014 to pursue her Master's degree in Creative Writing at Notre Dame de Namur University. Samah worked…
 
Irina Lykina, originally from Kazan, Russia, played lines 1 and 2 for the University of Oklahoma's women's tennis team between 2003-2007. During her time at OU, their team was ranked #15 NCAA Division I. Irina's best NCAA D1 singles ranking was #63 and was named All-Big 12 Women's Tennis Singles Player in Spring 2005, a four-time member of the Acad…
 
Jesse Burdick's contact info: jesseburdick@gmail.com. You can also find Jesse on all social media under Jesse Burdick and check out his strength program at PowerWod.com. Instagram Twitter Topics discussed in this episode: 1. Using sport to build your network of people, 2. The importance of asking questions and being curious, 3. What it means to be …
 
Don Tirsell and I reminisce on our athletic college years. Don talks about his basketball journey, what his sport taught him, and how his Basketball journey evolved from being a competitive collegiate basketball player to using his sport as something that allows him to create new friends and support groups at work. Don also talks about him being a …
 
Nadia Belkind is passionate about supporting work environments that thrive on interpersonal communication. She sees it as her mission to help generate trust, mutual understanding, connection, and positivity. After her relocation to Stanford in 2018, Nadia started teaching her class called "The Secrets of Interpersonal Communication" at Stanford Bec…
 
Today's episode is with my friend, a former colleague, and a professional racquetball player, Mitch Williams. Mitch and I started at Ericsson at the same time and on the same team. Much of our telecom journey to date has been very similar as we seemed to make similar moves at almost the same time and in a similar direction. I had a lot of fun speak…
 
Today's discussion is with my former UTA tennis coach, Christian Wassmer. I had so much fun speaking and re-connecting with Christian that we ended up running over our reserved time, and I still had many questions left. Christian and I talk a lot about tennis, our college tennis journeys, and different coaching styles - things we could have done be…
 
Today's conversation is with Liz Goldman. Liz is my personal life coach. Liz has been assisting individuals and groups in accessing their unique gifts and wisdom for over 20 years. Link to Liz's website. Liz and I discuss her diverse and cultural upbringing in New York City, family dynamics, the importance of support systems, communication and chal…
 
Wayne Ferreira is a former ATP tour professional tennis player from Johannesburg South Africa. Wayne had an outstanding tennis career. He won 15 top-level singles titles and 11 doubles titles. His career-high rankings were world no. 6 in singles and world no. 9 in doubles. Wayne is the third tennis player with 56 consecutive Grand Slam appearances …
 
Fazal is a tennis coach a former professional tennis player and a friend of mine. We met in Dallas in 2007 playing mixed doubles together. He was #1 junior in India, represented India in Davis Cup 1998-2001, and achieved top 200 and top 400 ATP ranking in doubles and singles, respectively. Fazal was the National grass-court Champion of India in 200…
 
About the podcast: Takeshi and I talk about his multi-cultural upbringing, the launch of his new book "Strong Like Never Before" and his path towards becoming an olympic athlete. What stood out to me during this conversation is Takeshi's well roundedness, optimism, deep wisdom and ability to build in space for grace. We talk about the importance of…
 
During this episode, Julianna Gates and I explore the beginnings of our tennis journeys, what it takes to be a professional tennis player, and the importance of mental toughness. We talk about the benefits of slowing down, visualization, productive vs. unproductive thoughts and the awareness of our thoughts. We also discuss how to rewire our brain …
 
It's been a while, but Steve has made his triumphant return. In this episode, the guys talk about what has (and hasn't) been going on this offseason, including the recent possible rule changes, Machado and Harper, and the Cubs mess up another PR situation. Please give us a follow on twitter, @GrandSlamPod! Intro music: E-Pro by Beck Outro music: Pe…
 
Lots of catching up with the crew. Been almost 2 months but we’re back with a full playoff preview (even though we don’t know all of the match ups). Ryan ducks out early with technical difficulties, but we’ll be back later this week with the season Over/Under recap and playoff matchup previews!
 
This week Brian and Andrew went to a love motel in Seoul to meet up with Lotte Giants' star fan Kerry Maher. They discussed what keeps Kerry motivated to go to so many games and how he feels about the Giants recent struggles. If you haven’t already, subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and our… Continue reading GSKBO S2E17 – Kerry Maher…
 
On episode 16, Andrew went to Jamsil Baseball Stadium to meet Doosan Bears starter Josh Lindblom. They talked about battling this insane heat, being a KBO All Star and pitching to two of the best catchers the league has ever seen, Kang Min-ho and Yang Eui-Ji. Andrew also sat down with Brian and about 200… Continue reading GSKBO S2E16 – Josh Lindblo…
 
The crew is back together (on Skype) just in time for the All Star break. We discuss the selections for the All Star game, the potential for a ridiculously long season this year, and we round-out the show with some news updates...including the World Cup (It's coming home?) If you haven’t already, subscribe to the… Continue reading GSKBO S2E15 – All…
 
Matt is away being social, so Brian and Andrew have a chat outside of Jamsil Stadium to discuss Doosan's recent acquisition of Scott Van Slyke, the upcoming Asian Games, and what's going on with the World Cup. If you haven’t already, subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and our YouTube channel. We should have new… Continue reading GSKBO S2E14 – Frida…
 
This week Brian, Andrew, and Matt sit down together to dicuss Lotte's recent play, Esmil Roger's surprise release, and some of the best food options for Korean baseball. Nexen Heroes starter Jake Brigham returns to the podcast to give his thoughts on recent happenings in Korea and how the Heroes are doing thus far. If… Continue reading GSKBO S2E13 …
 
Yonhap News sports writer Jeeho Yoo joins the podcast this week to give his thoughts on the Korean team selected for the Asia Games this summer and the World Cup. Also, Brian and Andrew sit back down in front of the Dome to discuss World Cup excitement in Korea and if it will have any… Continue reading GSKBO S2E12 – Jeeho Yoo, Asia Games, and the W…
 
Andrew is off in a far away land, so Matt and Brian are on their own. While enjoying the summer weather outside of the Gocheok Sky Dome they discuss the voting for the up-coming All-Star game, the LG Twins' run of success, and the NC's Dino's run in the opposite direction. Matt also catches back… Continue reading GSKBO S2E11 – He’s An All-Star…
 
This week, former US Ambassador to Korea Mark Lippert joins the podcast to share his memories of baseball in Korea and his prized KBO uniform collection. Sam Finn from the Australian Baseball League talks to Andrew about the expansion of the ABL which includes the admission of a Korean-only baseball team to start this November.… Continue reading GS…
 
10 years ago this summer, South Korea won the Olympic gold medal at men's baseball in Beijing and completely changed the perception of the sport in this country forever. MyKBO's Danny Kurtz shares his memories of the tournament, and discusses the players who went on to bigger things and, sadly, those who fell away. Matt… Continue reading GSKBO S2E9…
 
In this shortened episode, Matt is away and Brian is back. Brian gives a glimpse into the audio editing world, Andrew and Brian give their thoughts on why there are so many home runs so far this season, and they also get into LG Twins starter, Henry Sosa's success. If you haven’t already, subscribe to… Continue reading GSKBO S2E8 – Cork in the Wood…
 
Larry Ruttman is the author of American Jews and America's Game: Voices of a Growing Legacy in Baseball, chosen as the #1 baseball book in America for the year 2013, among many, by Sports Collectors Digest, and now adapted into a musical play, "Jews on First." In these audio clips, Larry relays a wealth of baseball history as he shares his unique, …
 
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