Episode 245: Maria Taylor - ESPN Gameday, Embracing The Grind, The Value Of Versatility Maria Taylor is in her sixth season as a host analyst & reporter. In the fall of 2017 Maria entered a new role as co-host on ESPN's College Gameday and sideline reporter for ABC's Saturday Night Football.
Episode 244: Bill Curry – The 6 Characteristics Of A Champion (Lombardi, Starr, Unitas, Shula, Bryant)
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Episode 243: Annie Duke – How To Make Smarter Decisions When You Don’t Have All The Facts (Thinking In Bets)
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A good friend of mine recently sent me an email asking for advice: "Ryan, I am in the process of hiring a few management positions. I have eight candidates lined up. What questions do you ask to hire great leaders?" Below are some of my thoughts on: 1) The art of
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