INFLCR is excited to launch Season One of the I Want Your Job podcast, featuring the stories of standout college athletics coaches, athletes, ADs and digital-social-creative professionals.
“Since INFLCR was founded in late 2017, we have focused on storytelling – it’s our purpose as a brand (We Serve Storytellers) and its at the heartbeat of everything we do,” exclaimed INFLCR Founder and CEO Jim Cavale.
“This podcast will help us further live out our purpose by telling the stories of some of leaders we admire, who have traveled the crazy, non-linear path to success in becoming a head coach, athletic director, athlete or digital media professional in the college sports world!”
Listeners will be able to learn the origin stories of some of the most influential leaders in college sports and apply their top lessons learned to their own career, along with being inspired by the journeys of these leaders, to persevere and achieve their own dreams in the college sports industry.
The first season begins with weekly episodes, starting on the week of August 19th, with the Atlantic Coast Conference’s Associate Commissioner for Digital Media, Eric SanInocencio, who talks about his journey through the newly-formed digital ranks of college athletics, with brands like the Southeastern Conference (SEC) and the NFL’s Houston Texans, before joining the ACC to lead their digital movement during the launch of the ACC Network this August.
Other first season episodes will feature recent Auburn men’s basketball student-athlete and event graduate Bryce Brown, Georgia Tech head football coach Geoff Collins, Duke Basketball Creative Director Dave Bradley, and many more.
In prep for the first season of the I Want Your Job podcast, here is a throwback video interview of INFLCR Founder Jim Cavale with Heisman Trophy winner, Eddie George:
In this video, Jim Cavale catches up with NFL great Eddie George in Nashville to discuss winning the 1995 Heisman Trophy and advice for others.
Watch to hear about the 3E’s of Eddie’s post-football career (entrepreneurship, entertainment, education) and his four pillars of life: the physical, the spiritual, the emotional, and the social.