From the author of 'Game Time', Talk Sporty to Me furthers the conversation of using Sports as a bridge to build personal and professional relationships. Sports is the language of business. Like it or not, a 30-second sports conversation can open more doors and connect you with a larger audience than your resume. Talent and skill are important, but the ability to communicate and connect with others plays a significant role in your success. The greatest ideas and the best inventions will go unnoticed and unused if you can’t tell the world – or worse – no one listens when you try. This book demonstrates how sports conversations and sports fandom will get you noticed, connected and communicating more effectively. Add that up and you’re looking at more opportunities and greater successes.
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Jen Mueller, America’s Expert Talker, pursued a career in sports broadcasting after repeated comments of “talks too much” from teachers and family members. Jen is a lifelong sports fan and a veteran sports broadcaster. A former high school athlete, Jen turned her attention to officiating in college. She made her mark first as an intramural flag-football official and earned All-American honors as one of the best officials in the United States. She transitioned to officiating tackle football and spent 10 years on the sidelines of high school games. Her officiating experience helped prepare her for her current role as the radio sideline reporter for the Seattle Seahawks. She is the proud owner of a Super Bowl ring for her work on the broadcast team. In addition to her NFL experience, Jen is a college sideline reporter for ROOT SPORTS and is part of the Mariners television broadcast team. In 2012, she was the first person to interview Felix Hernandez after he threw the first perfect game in Mariners franchise history. In addition to her on-air work, Jen is an Emmy-nominated producer for her work on Mariners All Access. Jen launched Talk Sporty to Me in 2009 after identifying a communication void that could be filled with sports conversations. She works with corporate clients on how to find value in being a sports fan in business. Her past clients include the Seattle Seahawks, Seattle Mariners, T-Mobile, Coca-Cola, Community Bankers of Washington, and the Accounting & Financial Women’s Alliance. Jen is a talented and dynamic speaker with unique content and personal stories from inside professional locker rooms. She is also the author of Game Time: Learn to Talk Sports in 5 Minutes a Day for Business published in May of 2013. Jen graduated from Southern Methodist University in 2000 with degrees in broadcasting journalism and public policy. She currently lives in the Seattle area.
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