Introducing “Lessons from Left Field”

What? Another blog? Well, yes, but let me tell you how “Lessons from Left Field” is different…

What you won’t read here: How great my breakfast was, even if I’ve had my nearly world famous cheesy eggs; how I finished 35th in my age group in the latest 5K race (saved for Facebook); the most recent cute thing that my daughter did (if you have your own kids you understand, if you don’t, you’re tired of hearing about everyone else’s kids); and how apparently great/miserable life can be at times (it’s a hard knock life, we need to get over it).

What you will read here: The blog will feature posts in roughly 400 words that glean communications and career insights from sports, and probably the occasional current event. With a degree in public relations and a profession in the communications field – with a passion for sports – thought this would be the perfect combination for this blog, while offering communication tips that can be found in sporting events. Some may just be observations when sporting and current events collide.

As “Lessons from Left Field” makes its debut, my first posts take a look at how Cleveland is definitely “Rocking,” (or at least they better), as well as how a letter, a flick of the foot, and a tip of the cap – seemingly effortless endeavors – over the past week have renewed, produced, and revered champions in three different sports. With that, hope you enjoy and I’m happy that you’re here…

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