Everyone carves out their own path to success. No two paths are the same. Therefore you have to do what works for you and be determined to achieve that which you envision to be your ultimate dream.
Today we have Lindsay McCormick on the show and I’m excited to delve into the behind the scenes of Lindsay’s life and her career. She has been fortunate enough to achieve some major milestones along the way and it seems like she is only getting started.
So who is Lindsay McCormick? She is a sports broadcaster who hit the road with NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” this season as their Social Host. She has hosted the 2012 NFL Draft for CBS Sports and the 3-hour show, “The Fan” on Comcast SportsNet. She was an analyst on the panel for “Rip City Live,” covered the Portland Trail blazers and has appeared on “ESPN Streak for the Cash” and “ESPN College Pick’em” on ESPNcom, the MtvU music countdown show “The Dean’s List,” ESPN Radio 1080 and CBS Radio’s “The Drive.”
She began her career covering the Auburn University football team and then covered the NFL for ESPN The Magazine. Lindsay was also featured during the NFL Playoffs along with Sage Steele and Suzy Kolber for Esquire Magazine.
She has some new things lined up this year which she has been working hard on and will talk a bit about in this episode of the podcast. I think that it’s time to jump into the show and for you to learn how to go after what you want in life.
What you will learn today
– Where her fascination for sport started
– What she recommends for women to do to pursue a their careers
– Why she lives without regrets
– Her aha moment in life
– Why family comes first
– In who’s corner she was for the big fight in Vegas
– Her funny accent she recalls
– Her definition of Greatness
– and so much more
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