Three jerseys in one – Triversible. With basketball season underway, Rick has David Brown of Triversible on The Tech of Sports this week.
This week Rick brings us four current books that cover sports, tech and even motivation that could make great holiday gifts for yourself or others. Sports and tech books are in general, a dime a dozen. Good sports and tech books are hard to find, so Rick and Steve this week take a look at some great reads.
Norine Dworkin-McDaniel is co-creator and principle writer of Science of Parenthood, named one of parenting.com’s “blogs every parent should read”. A longtime magazine writer, Norine has written for Parents, American Baby, The Hufﬁngton Post, Family Circle, More, Fitness, Shape, Prevention, Redbook, Woman’s Day, Good Housekeeping, Health, Marie Claire, Readers Digest, Food & Wine and iVillage.
WaitTime provides stadiums and fans real-time wait times for concessions, bathrooms and merchandise stands. The company added three sports and business leaders to its board of directors, including the former president of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and an advisor to the Olympic Committee.
This week we are joined by former Oklahoma Sooner and Baltimore Ravens WR, Mark Clayton. When former first round draft pick and NFL wide receiver Mark Clayton broke his Beats headphones during a pre-game workout, he decided it was time to create something more durable that would stay in place no matter the physical activity and sound amazing. On September 1, Clayton will finally bring his LIVV Headphones (www.LIVVHeadphones.com) to market with a Kickstarter campaign.
Coach Bru is a noted public speaker, author, executive coach and an inspiration to everyone he meets. He is the author of “The Coach Approach” and “Seeds of Success”. His clients range from financial services and healthcare to manufacturing and nonprofit organizations as well as the thousands of executives, entrepreneurs, and sales teams from all over the country who attend his speeches, trainings, and workshops