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Mike Golic Jr. is a retired American football player and broadcaster in ESPN Radio. During his football career, he played as an offensive guard with several teams such as Pittsburgh Steelers and New Orleans Saints.  He also played college football at Notre Dame where is was an Academic all-American.  Today he joins us on episode 32 of the Art Of Coaching Podcast.
Topics include:
  • What shaped Mike’s personality early on
  • Some of the challenges associated with broadcast radio
  • Figuring out his radio voice through countless reps
  • How Mike improved his communication skills through active listening
  • The difference between commitment and compliance
  • When it is necessary to hold back on opinions
  • At what point is it the fault of the leader/manager/coach in failing to connect and communicate?
  • What has changed with college football today and how does this affect the product we see on the field?
  • How the Transfer Portal is changing the landscape of college football
  • Reasons to empathize with college football coaches

Reach out to Mike:
Twitter & Instagram: @mgolicjr57
Radio Show: Golic and Wingo Weekdays 6:00 AM – 10:00 AM EST

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