Making a lasting impact on youth athletes. Eric welcomes Steve McGuiggan to this episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives. In this episode they discuss youth development in baseball, social media for kids, and running a multi-faceted business.
Steve is an Owner and Director of Baseball Operations for Minnesota Mash Baseball Club. In 2017 Steve was given one of the highest honors in youth sports when being named a Minnesota Chapter Coach of the Year by the Positive Coaching Alliance. This award was given to only 150 youth coaches throughout the country. Steve is involved in all aspects of MASH including all baseball activities as well as athlete performance.
The knowledge that Steve shares from his time playing baseball, his time spent developing athletes every day, and his time as a startup business owner are lessons that any entrepreneur can learn from. Eric and Steve also discuss the future of baseball, and the importance of practice.
The show is based around the perspectives of an entrepreneur and this entrepreneur is full of humility and support.
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Music, “Here for the Win” provided by Songwriter Jess
Useful links from this episode:
Other important links:
- The Frontier League
- Tom Buske
- Mike Trout
- Entrepreneur Perspectives Episode 30: Perspectives of a Professional Baseball Player with Dean Jackson
- Derek Bylsma
- Seattle, Washington
- Minnesota Vikings
- The Minnesota Miracle
- Hill-Murray Hockey
- Nyack College
- Cal Fussman Podcast, Big Questions: Kobe Bryant
Key Takeaways from this episode with Steve McGuiggan:
- “Love your passion”
- “There is always an opportunity to learn in this game”
Connect with us on social media:
Eric Kasimov: Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn
Steve McGuiggan: Instagram
Minnesota Mash: Instagram, Website
Mash Performance: Instagram, Website
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