The Universe dropped me off at the 2020 Spalding Hoophall Classic

It’s such a liberating feeling to be able to “work” and not have it feel like “work.” (IT’S POSSIBLE SO DON’T STOP UNTIL YOU FIND WHAT’S FOR YOU) Thank you Chris Farrow & Rashid Ghazi for the opportunity this weekend to work at the 2020 Spalding Hoophall Classic. For the first time in the 19-year history of the Spalding Hoophall Classic, it was sold out in advance.

I’ve heard it all:
“A waste of a weekend” / “Giving up a weekend” / “Sacrificing a weekend” / “Don’t have a weekend” — Everyone has a different for what that means. Working while others are “playing” doesn’t make it any less fun or ~work-like~ if you’re doing what you want to do.

Working alongside Ross Video and watching the back end of producing for ESPN networks/family of networks… all 13 games on air in 3 days was incredible to see come all together. Learning, being exposed, and immersing myself in an environment of all men running this production and operation, so talented and knowledgable, was an experience.

To be able to work along side family is a whole other feeling… utilizing new skills & old to be as successful as possible always. “If the fear won’t go away, then maybe you’ll just have to do it afraid.” Side note: I passed a ball to Bronny James and we’re now best friends.

Ok, I’m tired now and got triggered how to baseball season will be…. LONG hours & LOTS of work.

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