4 things you can do to beat your competition


Recently, I heard from a young guy who is doing high school and small college play-by-play. He aspires to one day be the voice of a pro team but he’s concerned with the amount of competition job market competition.

beat your sportscasting competition

“I am really dedicated to becoming a pro broadcaster, but it’s a bit intimidating to hear how many people are applying to jobs nowadays,” he shared with me. “I get a bit anxious.”

Totally understandable and not at all uncommon. Keep in mind, though, that you control your future. Despite your concern, keep taking steps towards your goals. Productivity decreases anxiety.
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Ready to quit on your sportscasting goals?


A sportscaster friend of mine recently shared his grand plan with me to launch a podcast.

He couldn’t have been more fired up. He was going to build a program that would draw tens of thousands of listeners each week, earn thousands of dollars of advertising and catapult him to a sports talk radio career. His enthusiasm was contagious. He had me really believing he was going to do it.

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One month later, he quit. Only a handful of people had checked out his podcast. None of them listened for more than a few minutes and he wasn’t able to sell any advertising.

You can’t give birth to an adult. Whatever your sportscasting career goals, they aren’t going to happen overnight.
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What to do when your season is over


The best coaches and trainers know that how an athlete spends their off season is vital to preparing for a successful next season. If you use the time off to binge Netflix and eat donuts, you’re going to have problems when preseason begins.

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As a broadcaster, how you spend the slowest part of your year will either motivate you to achieve bigger goals or perpetuate a cycle of stagnation.
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