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The Athlete s Media Playbook

Author : Jill Schiefelbein
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There are game statistics and there are media statistics. The combination of both allows you to gain star power that will outlast your playing time. When you first learned to compete in your chosen sport, you did not become perfect at every aspect of the game in one practice. You won't with the media, either. That's where The Athlete's Media Playbook comes in. With this book you learn how to navigate the media landscape. From understanding the rules of the media game, to executing plays that ensure interview success, to going beyond the interview and building community in a way that makes you more attractive for endorsement contracts, this book is your guide for success. Includes 30 Game Plan Takeaways that help you gain confidence with the media and earn repeat opportunities.

The Social Media Playbook for Student Athletes

Author : Jay Izso
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As a student athlete, you spend countless hours preparing your mind and body for practice and competition. You make enormous sacrifices because you want to be at your best, stay healthy, and reach your maximum potential. Like a great coach, this book is intended to give you a social media edge so that you can exceed on and off the field of play.

The Social Media Playbook for Coaches and Administrators

Author : Jay Izso
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College coaches and administrators have a lot on their plates. Adding social media to it can seem overwhelming. But in the digital age we live in, most of the information we receive and depend on is filtered to us through social media-even without us knowing it.

The Sports Event Management and Marketing Playbook

Author : Frank Supovitz
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As a sporting event planner, how do you keep up with the trends of the ticket buying public, sponsorship and merchandising while at the same time attending to the hundreds of management and operational details required to execute the event? A successful sports event requires a planner that can read signals from their market and plan strategically to maintain sponsors and a fill an arena.

The Sports Leadership Playbook

Author : Mike Voight
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Examples of ineffective and even negative leaders are all too abundant in sports. Poor leadership attitudes are a great loss for players, coaches, teams, schools, communities and society as a whole. To become productive leaders, coaches, administrators and parents need guidance and resources. This book reveals what the most revered scholars and icons from business and other leadership fields know about leadership theory, research and practice—and applies the results to the world of sport. This is a book parents, coaches and administrators can use to maximize their own leadership potential as well as teach leadership to those under their charge.

The Embodied Playbook

Author : J. Michael Rifenburg
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The Embodied Playbook discovers a new approach to understanding student literacy in a surprising place: the university athletics department. Through analysis of a yearlong case study of the men’s basketball team at the University of North Georgia, J. Michael Rifenburg shows that a deeper and more refined understanding of how humans learn through physical action can help writing instructors reach a greater range of students. Drawing from research on embodiment theory, the nature and function of background knowledge, jazz improvisation, and other unexpected domains, The Embodied Playbook examines a valuable but unexplored form of literacy: the form used by student-athletes when learning and using scripted plays. All students’ extracurricular prior knowledge is vital for the work they undertake in the classroom, and student-athletes understand the strengths and constraints of written text much as they understand the text of game plays: through embodying text and performing it in a competitive space. The book focuses on three questions: What are plays and what do they do? How do student-athletes learn plays? How can teachers of composition and rhetoric better connect with student-athletes? The Embodied Playbook reveals the literacy of the body as a rich and untapped resource for writing instruction. Given the numbers of students who are involved in athletics, whether intramural, community-related, or extracurricular, Rifenburg’s conclusions hold important implications not only for how we define literacy but also for how writing programs can serve all of their students most effectively.

The Christian Athlete Playbook

Author : Norma Jean Evans
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The Christian Athlete Playbook equips the athlete for success in position and kingdom purpose by: Providing 20 Proven Life Lessons, meditation scriptures, "transparent" personal testimony and prayer confessions that will result in spiritual transformation and maturity. Utilizing Application Drills to assist the athlete with becoming a "doer" and not just a hearer of the Word of God. Equipping the athlete with Scouting Reports, Offensive and Defensive Strategies on how to defeat the opponent. "Whether you are a Christian athlete or an athlete in general, time is a valuable commodity. As athletes, we often find time for everything and everyone, but little time for God. This Playbook is not a substitute for the Word of God or Book of Life (Bible), but it is a valuable tool to help you stay close to the Word and assist in your study of the Word. It covers all the strategic blows the enemy uses against us as Christians, young and old." Taj McWilliams-Franklin Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) Player "A must read for all, but especially the Christian athlete. Norma's testimonies and experiences as a professional athlete were God given to produce this work and bless the body of Christ. It is a Playbook designed to help you win at the most important game - life." Elder Gerald Johnson Detroit World Outreach Redford, Michigan Norma Jeans Evans, aka Norma "Mean Jean" Knight on the basketball court, is a three-time Hall of Famer, NCAA (National Collegiate Athlete Association) Women's Basketball's Finest, former Coach and WNBA (Women's National Basketball Association) Detroit Shock Chaplain to name a few. Norma is most proud that she is an Ambassador, chosen by God to coach and equip the body of Jesus Christ.

Playbooks and Checkbooks

Author : Stefan Szymanski
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What economic rules govern sports? How does the sports business differ from other businesses? Playbooks and Checkbooks takes a fascinating step-by-step look at the fundamental economic relationships shaping modern sports. Focusing on the ways that the sports business does and does not overlap with economics, the book uncovers the core paradox at the heart of the sports industry. Unlike other businesses, the sports industry would not survive if competitors obliterated each other to extinction, financially or otherwise--without rivals there is nothing to sell. Playbooks and Checkbooks examines how this unique economic truth plays out in the sports world, both on and off the field. Noted economist Stefan Szymanski explains how modern sporting contests have evolved; how sports competitions are organized; and how economics has guided antitrust, monopoly, and cartel issues in the sporting world. Szymanski considers the motivation provided by prize money, uncovers discrepancies in players' salaries, and shows why the incentive structure for professional athletes encourages them to cheat through performance-enhancing drugs and match fixing. He also explores how changes in media broadcasting allow owners and athletes to play to a global audience, and why governments continue to publicly fund sporting events such as the Olympics, despite almost certain financial loss. Using economic tools to reveal the complex arrangements of an industry, Playbooks and Checkbooks illuminates the world of sports through economics, and the world of economics through sports.

The Playbook A Handbook for FCA Leaders

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The Student Athlete Playbook

Author : Barry Brown
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The Student-Athlete Playbook (Success in the Classroom, Sports & Life!) emphasizes the same passion & effort put forth achieving in your sport ... is the same passion & effort you put forth achieving in the classroom & in life! Parents, student-athletes, teachers, coaches, athletic directors, principals and superintendents will all find value in the inspiration and motivation of this book. The Student-Athlete Playbook shares vital information about who is and what is a student-athlete. The book also discusses how to grow and conduct yourself as a student-athlete at all times. The Student-Athlete Playbook provides "life plays" that will absolutely help a student-athlete achieve their goals when they focus and put forth maximum effort to make it happen! The Student-Athlete Playbook is a game changer for student-athletes involved in sports across the board, and it encourages them to work towards achieving greatness in the classroom, in their respective sport and in everything that they do in life!

The Recruit s Playbook

Author : Larry Hart
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The Recruit's Playbook is written to help guide preteens and teenage boys through their journey to college football. As an alumni NFL draft pick turned D1 college football coach, author Larry Hart utilizes his vast knowledge of the sport to help guide you through 9th to 12th grade, highlighting what to do and when to do it.

Ski Area Management

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The Sports Nutrition Playbook

Author : Amy Goodson
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The Sports Nutrition Playbook is a play-by-play on sports nutrition for athletes, coaches, trainers and parents. It provides sports nutrition information in a portable, practical and easy-to-use format.

Changing the Playbook

Author : Howard P Chudacoff
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In Changing the Playbook , Howard P. Chudacoff delves into the background and what-ifs surrounding seven defining moments that transformed college sports. These changes involved fundamental issues--race and gender, profit and power--that reflected societal tensions and, in many cases, remain pertinent today: the failed 1950 effort to pass a Sanity Code regulating payments to football players; the thorny racial integration of university sports programs; the boom in television money; the 1984 Supreme Court decision that settled who could control skyrocketing media revenues; Title IX's transformation of women's athletics; the cheating, eligibility, and recruitment scandals that tarnished college sports in the 1980s and 1990s; the ongoing controversy over paying student athletes a share of the enormous moneys harvested by schools and athletic departments. A thought-provoking journey into the whos and whys of college sports history, Changing the Playbook reveals how the turning points of yesterday and today will impact tomorrow.

Managing Sports Organizations

Author : Daniel Covell
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Managing Sports Organizations integrates sport industry dynamics with important management principles and concepts. Every chapter examines management principles, concepts and issues from the perspective of how to improve the performance of sport organizations. To ensure that students understand the complexity of the sport industry, each chapter features a distinct sport segment with information about the structure and characteristics of the highlighted sport segment. Managing Sports Organizations incorporates information about functional areas such as finance, marketing and legal aspects of sport industry.

Players All

Author : Robert E. Rinehart
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Once upon a time, sport was a contest between two individuals or teams, watched perhaps by a few people for their amusement or instruction. Soon the spectators came to be a necessary part of the activity. Today sports events have become more like spectacles designed for audience participation. Even players seem caught up in a performance in which athletic competition plays only a part. Nostalgia for a purer age of competition seems only to feed the hunger to discover new ways to join in the sports experience. Fans, athletes, coaches, merchants and manufacturers, collectors and wannabes-we've become players all. In a book that is both scholarly and engagingly personal, Robert E. Rinehart takes us into the world of contemporary sport performances, from the Olympic Games to The eXtreme Games, the Super Bowl to The American Gladiators. He introduces us to sports tourism and the highly commercialized world of global sport. He analyzes the emergence of such sports as paint ball (with its associations to the Vietnam War) and indoor rock climbing (and its links to environmentalism and self-mastery). He shows how sports have become theatrical events, staged for an audience that is som

Step Into Your Zone

Author : 'h' John Mejia
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The coveted space where elite athletes thrive is called the 'Zone' and that prime state of being is also attainable for each of us in business, sales, entrepreneurship, and life. In Step Into Your Zone, by TV Host/Producer, former All-American college football player, ex-NFL free agent pro prospect and entrepreneur, 'H' John Mejia reveals a playbook that guides you how to take your performance to a higher level, where you breakthrough, find your zone and better your best. Mejia, who has endured the highest highs and the lowest lows during his life and his career, will help readers fight through limiting beliefs and self-sabotage to create the next level results you want and deserve. In Step Into Your Zone, the award-winning celebrity TV Host/Producer, shares his secrets through his experiences, struggles, and the lessons shared by other top business achievers during his TV interviews. This easy-to-follow book reveals how we can build an environment that nourishes success, define your outcome, and build confidence to trust in your skill and preparation to carry you through. Step Into Your Zone also provides personal insights from the authors experiences, and inspires you to achieve more than you ever thought was possible through practical, easy to understand tips and strategies. Time to get your business-sales game on, because your best is yet to come. Right here, right now.

God s Playbook

Author : Reggie White
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Though he is the NFL's all-time sack leader, a Super Bowl champion, and a future Hall of Famer, Reggie White believes his true mission in life is spreading the Word of God. In God's Playbook, White makes the Bible's timeless message come alive, clearly illustrating how its ancient principles remain relevant today. White shares his own experiences on and off the football field, drawing valuable lessons from sports legends -- Michael Jordan, Jackie Robinson, Hank Aaron, and Dr. J. -- biblical heroes -- Jesus, David, Moses, and Lazarus -- as well as the unsung coaches, ministers, and mentors who have influenced him personally. For sports fans and non-sports fans alike, God's Playbook is an instructional and inspirational guide to living a rich and rewarding life.

Step Up Your Game

Author : Sharm Scheuerman
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Life moves quickly, and the choices you make can propel you into a great life - or one that leaves you cold. In Step Up Your Game, Sharm Scheuerman shares his experiences as a star player, young coach, son to a widowed mother, friend, professional, bachelor, husband, and seeker of Truth. He asks you to consider tough questions while you still have time to decide who you are and what your legacy will be. Coach Sharm believed that every day is a new chance to be a hero. Your integrity, your character, and your faith can shape the world you experience. It doesn't matter where you've been - as long as you know where you're going. Coach Sharm says it's time to play. Are you game?


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