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What Harvard Business School Teaches You About Marketing Yourself

Harvard Business School teaches a simple concept. It goes like this: “Identify your unique competence and match it to a larger opportunity.” While intended for Harvard business students, that message transcends the classroom and could serve as a mantra for living a productive life. Today I’m going to show you how to leverage that exact…

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It’s Time to Love Your Sports Career

The other day while surfing the internet I came across a quote from Tommy Lasorda that really resonated with me. “If you love your job, you haven’t worked a day in your life.” This is such a great quote because it is so true and I believe that many, if not all of us, can…

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Pat DeCola Discusses How He Landed a Job With NASCAR (VIDEO)

Meet Pat DeCola.  Some of you might recognize him as he has contributed articles in the past here on Sports Networker (check out some of Pat’s past contributions here: http://www.sportsnetworker.com/author/patdecola/ Pat attended Saint Joseph’s College of Maine in Standish, Maine, and graduated with a B.A. in Communications in 2009.  He previously worked as a sports columnist for Fox Sports…

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Sports Job Interview with Howard Roseman, Philadelphia Eagles GM

In the latest edition of my interview series, I was incredibly lucky to have been able to interview Howie Roseman, General Manager of the Philadelphia Eagles. Before becoming the youngest GM in the National Football League, Howie earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Florida, followed by earning his law degree at Fordham Law….

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How to Put Together a Sports Resume

With the advent of social media, niche professional associations, training programs and reality television, there have never been more ways to land a job. However, no matter how many Twitter followers you have, or how high your Klout score, the old-fashioned resume is still the most important tool for any job seeker. A well-crafted resume will…

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The Top News In #Sportsbiz – 11.19.12 – 11.26.12

The Top News In #Sportsbiz is a collection of articles curated by Sports Networker’s Lead Writer – Mark Burns Sports Business 5 Best Things About Being An NFL Sports Agent I (Agent Jack Bechta) have been lied to, deceived, used, humiliated, and have sacrificed a lot of my personal time and interest to serve others who play…

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