Category: Sports

Peter Vidmar Explains Risk, Originality and Virtuosity And How They Impact Our Work And Personal Lives

Peter Vidmar is the highest scoring American gymnast in Olympic history. We discuss the R.O.V. principles he learned as an Olympic gymnast and apply them to our work and personal lives.

Ken Armstrong Uncovers Crime and Complicity In College Football In His Book Scoreboard, Baby

Ken Armstrong is an investigative journalist for The Seattle Times who, with his writing partner, exposed how a community’s blind embrace of a college football team compromised judges, prosecutors, police agencies, an entire university and the media. We discuss his book Scoreboard, Baby.

Jason Carthen Differentiates Betwen A Person’s Destiny And His Future

Jason Carthen is a former NFL linebacker for the New England Patriots who now helps listeners master the purpose in their life. We discuss the difference between a person’s destiny and his future in this lifetime.

Sharon Robinson Discusses Jackie’s Gift, Her Father’s Life And His Contribution To Baseball And Society

Sharon Robinson is the daughter of one of America’s true pioneers, the man who broke the race barrier in Major League Baseball—Jackie Robinson. We discuss his life and times with her from her latest in the series of Jackie Robinson books titled Jackie’s Gift.

Steve Budin Handicaps The NFL Season

Steve Budin is a professional sports handicapper—which means he sells betting advice to subscribers. We break down this year’s NFL Season.

Don Yaeger Describes The 16 Characterists Of Champions From His Book Greatness

Don Yaeger is a former writer and editor for Sports Illustrated. He’s interviewed many of the world’s greatest athletes. He “tells-all” about the 16 characteristics of true champions from his latest book, Greatness.

George Vecsey’s Book, Stan Musial: An American Life, Hits A Home Run For Baseball Fans

George Vecsey is a Sports writer for the New York Times. We discuss what he’s written about one of the least known Hall-of-Fame Baseball players Stan Musial in his book Stan Musial: An American Life.

Karl Mecklenburg Shares The Secrets To Succeeding In Football And In Life

Karl Mecklenburg is an All-Pro Defensive player for the Denver Broncos who played in the 1990s. He shares the lessons he learned playing football and how those lessons apply to student athletes and adults today from his book Heart of a Student Athlete.

Steve Sax Explains How To Shift To Change Our Mindset And Change Our World

Steve Sax is a 5-time Major League All Star who played for the Los Angeles Dodgers. We explore how to develop a winner’s mindset in business and life from his book Shift: Change Your Mindset and You Change Your World.

Ken Harris Explains What He Means By Two Sports

Ken Harris is a futurist who turns his predictive powers on the subject of sports. He defines two types of sports we Americans engage in: top-down and bottom-up. He provide a different way to look at sports from his white paper, Two Sports.

Bill Frank’s Guests

Here is the lineup of guests for Guests For October 5, 2013

Guests For October 5, 2013

My guests this week are Bob McCord, founding member of VREG, talking about Ventura's budget woes; healthcare expert Sally Pipes exposing the flaws of Obamacare as the Insurance Exchanges open for business; and Stuart Crain, CEO of TVTalk discussing how his app will revolutionize television viewing. Read More

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