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Jeremy Bloom learned the importance of getting rid of destructive thoughts as an athlete. Now he uses that same skill as the CEO of a tech-marketing software startup.
When Jeremy Bloom told his Wharton professor he wanted to launch a software company, his teacher told him to, 'Go lose somebody else's money first.'
Jeremy Bloom is a two-time Olympian, a former NFL football player and a successful entrepreneur. But he says that's only a part of his story.
Entrepreneurs can learn a lot from the Cincinnati Bengals losing their composure -- and a chance at the Super Bowl -- facing the Pittsburgh Steelers this past weekend.
Struggling through my day as Toro the Texan helped me understand what it's like to launch and run a business.
Well aligned companies can accomplish far more combined than either can hope for separately.
Pro football provides a great model for entrepreneurs as they seek out loyal, raving fans.
When leading a team, you want the kind of trust that encourages individuals to take big risks, aim high when setting goals and enjoy the people they work with.
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The league has been criticized for its cavalier attitude toward traumatic head injuries and it's thought that more than 25 percent of players will suffer brain problems.
NFL Players Inc.
Your brand has a story to tell and an audience of customers waiting to hear it.
Jim Kelly battled two bouts of cancer, but with his teammates by his side, he was able to stand tall.
When the time comes to build your brand, start with who you know and build from there.
Having officiated games for nearly 20 years, Sarah Thomas says she's encountered surprisingly little resistance and never set out to be a trailblazer.
The average career of an NFL player lasts 3.3 years. Israel Idonije attributes his 11-year tenure to his ability to adapt.
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