In this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I interview Jordan Babineaux. Jordan transitioned from nearly a decade playing in the NFL to become a sports broadcaster, serial entrepreneur, and business executive. He’s also the author of Pivot to Win: Make The Big Plays In Life, Sports & Business.
Questions I Ask Jordan Babineaux:
- What did you do to leverage your odds?
- One thing that’s commonly offered as advice is that you can’t be a victim of your circumstance – but there are some people who have some pretty tough circumstances. How does that person that’s got maybe no reason to be hopeful lift themselves up?
- Was there a moment somewhere along your path where you started thinking you had it all figured out, but then you got hit with a wake-up call?
- What’s the context that you use the word ‘pivot’ in?
- How do you personally keep growing and challenging yourself to do things you’re not used to doing?
- You had to make a pretty big pivot at one point in the NFL — how did you deal with that?
- Can you tell me more about the Babineaux Family Foundation?
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