Jeter and Cuban: Prepared On And Off The Field

"Business is the ultimate sport"-Mark Cuban

On the most recent episode of my podcast, Unplugged with Brandon Steiner, I spoke with two of the premier franchise owners in sports, former New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter, and owner of the Dallas Mavericks, Mark Cuban. 

Derek Jeter and Mark Cuban are known for being the best at what they do. Derek will be taking his experience from on the field, and The Players' Tribune, to guide him through a journey of owning a professional sports franchise in the Miami Marlins. Mark has taken his tremendous success in the business world to bringing a championship to the Dallas Mavericks franchise he has owned since 2000. 

Success isn't given, but it's earned through being capable of handling any given situation. Each of them believes they attained their successes through their preparation. Mark insists that the idea of constantly attaining knowledge is something that he needs to do to stay a step ahead of his competition. For Derek, he says his day won’t be successful if he is not prepared. It is important to keep an eye on your competition, not out of envy, but to know how much harder you have to work to stay ahead of the curve. 

Without being prepared, you won't know what to expect. In life if you aren't prepared to hit a curveball, you will strikeout without a doubt. This world is constantly doing what we least expect, and only by committing to complete preparation are you going to be able to handle it. 

You never know which day is going to be the day that could change your life. Take an hour to listen to this incredible discussion from two dynamic business leaders and you will be sure to take away a lesson.

In this episode we discuss:

  • The American Dream
  • Derek Jeter's life in Business 
  • Preparation in not just sports, but in life 
  • Being responsible on Social Media
  • The Players Tribune 
  • Having a strong support group
  • ...and more.

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1 comment

  • Interesting and great reading

    Ricardo M. Flattes on

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