Restrictor Plate Removed
The front page headline of a recent Sports Business Journal read: “Sports’ biggest brand builders: Power players using sports to amplify their message”. Most of the issue was dedicated to the integration of sports and the corporate world. Not surprisingly, this theme is similar to most every other issue of SBJ. That statement is not a […]
“I believe the children are our future”
Does anyone remember those timeless lyrics from the late Whitney Houston? Maybe I’m dating myself a bit here, but I still do love that song, and frankly, any Whitney Houston song. “I believe the children are our future” the intro line to the song Greatest Love of All. Simple. True. Timeless. This song lyric transcends […]
Time is Tick, Tick, Ticking Away
I read an article that estimated adults spend as much as one third of their waking hours on their smartphones (Gregoire, 2015). Let’s do some basic math on that figure to wrap our brains around it. If the average person sleeps eight hours per night (I wish! Says the person sitting at Starbucks doing homework […]
Warning: Mind Blown Due to Information Overload!
When we had our son, I learned that for an infant, more brain development occurs in the first year of life than will occur in all remaining years of life combined. Imagine if you took child brain development and reversed it so as a human grew, development occurred exponentially faster, rather than slower. This is […]
The End of the End, or Just the Beginning?
You made it past the introduction, and that’s saying something! As I mentioned in my first post, The Catchy Alliteration Drew You In, the first few weeks of Stoll on Sports will center on topics assigned in my strategic communication and emerging media class, with a splash of flavor from sports and business in general. […]