Sinopsis

Jim is a serial entrepreneur who has launched a new brand (INFLCR) to equip innovative college athletic programs with critical social media tools to empower their student-athletes to be brand ambassadors on social media. You can learn more about Jim at jimcavale.com or by following him @jimcavale on social.

Episodios

  • INFLCR Founder Speaks at First College Sports Analytics Program In America

    INFLCR Founder Speaks at First College Sports Analytics Program In America

    04/10/2017 Duración: 42min

    Being able to discover, interpret and communicate data is everywhere we look in the digital age. Analytics is not only a word for Google, but everywhere you look, especially in sports. The ability to not only discover statistics but interpret their usefulness and communicate it to others can be game-changing in sports – from a “Moneyball” approach to team management to building a market for an individual, team or product. As the Influencer (INFLCR) brand grows across the nation, founder and CEO Jim Cavale is taking time to speak to some of the best and brightest minds in the world of sports analytics. Cavale was invited recently to give a presentation at the Samford University Center for Sports Analytics, part of SU’s Brock School of Business in Birmingham, Alabama – the only sports analytics program in U.S. higher education. Cavale shared with these sports marketing students how INFLCR aims to organize, equip and develop the brands of college athletic departments and their teams, by leveraging technology to

  • Jim Cavale: Yellowhammer Radio Network Interview

    Jim Cavale: Yellowhammer Radio Network Interview

    12/09/2017 Duración: 17min

    In this interview, Jim Cavale, INFLCR founder and CEO, discusses his entrepreneurial journey and his passion behind founding INFLCR.

  • Eddie George: Faith, Family, and the 3E’s

    Eddie George: Faith, Family, and the 3E’s

    29/08/2017 Duración: 30min

    Heisman Trophy winner, All-Pro running back, entrepreneur, sports analyst, philanthropist, teacher, author, actor, husband and father are all words used to describe Eddie George, who has excelled just as much off the field as he did on the field during his time at The Ohio State University and in the NFL. Influencer (INFLCR) founder Jim Cavale caught up with George at his son’s football practice at Montgomery Bell Academy in Nashville to discuss winning the 1995 Heisman Trophy, and advice for others, including the 3E’s of his post-football career (entrepreneurship, entertainment, education) and his four pillars of life: the physical, the spiritual, the emotional, and the social. Ever since walking on campus at The Ohio State University, the social pillar – who you surround yourself with – has been a key for George. A native of Philadelphia, George moved from Abington High School to Fork Union Military Academy in Virginia before his junior year. At OSU, similar to his time at Fork Union, his playing time was s

  • Lewis Neal: Investing Early In His Future

    Lewis Neal: Investing Early In His Future

    19/07/2017 Duración: 22min

    Using the wisdom he’s learned from being raised by his grandparents, Lewis Neal has been paving his way to success since high school. Growing up in Wilson, North Carolina (population 49,000), Neal used his first offer from North Carolina State to gain more offers. After decommitting from Ohio State University, he landed at LSU, where he was a four-year varsity player and two-year starter at defensive end. “I’ve always been self-motivated,” said Neal. For Neal, the motivation went and still goes beyond football. He took an AVID college prep class while at James B. Hunt High School, where he says he was forced to read Dave Ramsey and learned to start thinking about investing money. After seeing limited playing time as a freshman at LSU, and again as a sophomore, Neal said he began thinking about what he would do if he didn’t see the field. He began using his self-taught business skills to day trading on the Foreign Exchange and purchased a barber shop near campus, Hair Factory of Baton Rouge. His entrepreneur

  • Cole Cubelic: Universities Need Athletes, Athletes Need Universities

    Cole Cubelic: Universities Need Athletes, Athletes Need Universities

    19/07/2017 Duración: 22min

    Athletes have been able to leverage their role as a college football player for decades, but some student-athletes have been left trying to figure out life when the game is over. Former Auburn University offensive lineman and current ESPN SEC Network College Football Analyst Cole Cubelic believes that is where things need to change. In this Influencer (INFLCR) athlete ambassador interview INFLCR founder and CEO Jim Cavale chats with Cubelic about the relationship and role between conference, school and athlete off the field with topics such as player payment, insurance for life, bartering each other’s brand and using social media. “There’s a big time barter taking place between brands, colleges and athletes,” Cubelic said. “They both need each other. You may be on one end or another of this one deserves more, this one deserves less, and however you want to negotiate that in your own brain is fine, but the reality is they both need each other to survive and to flourish.” Cubelic recognizes that when he gra

  • Tiki Barber: All-Pro In The NFL and Tech World

    Tiki Barber: All-Pro In The NFL and Tech World

    18/07/2017 Duración: 31min

    Being an All-Pro running back in the NFL was not Tiki Barber’s dream job. Microsoft, or another computer programming giant was Barber’s goal until the New York Giants called his name in the second round of the 1997 NFL Draft. Barber graduated high school with a 4.0 grade point average, played football at the University of Virginia on an athletic scholarship. When he stepped foot on campus, he wanted to be an astronaut, but then found his way studying management and information systems (MIS). The former ACC Player of the Year went on to spend 10 seasons with the Giants, where he set more than a dozen franchise records before retiring in his prime, one year before the Giants’ victory in Super Bowl XLII. “I was very comfortable walking away from the game when I did because my dreams were going elsewhere and my passion was going elsewhere,” Barber said. He says it is serendipity that his path took him to New York. The shy boy from Blacksburg, Virginia, who was born premature, was now in the middle of the med

  • Reggie Torbor #LifeAfterSports

    Reggie Torbor #LifeAfterSports

    20/05/2017 Duración: 20min

    For Super Bowl champion Reggie Torbor life after football is going back to the basics and investing in others what his coach invested in him. As an All-State running back and linebacker at Lee High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Torbor’s high school football coach opened his eyes to reveal potential and a dream, not only football. “This is the first a man not related to me genuinely loved me,” Torbor said. “He took the blinders off and told me how big the world.” That ability to see potential transferred down to a recruiting visit to Auburn University before Signing Day 1999 with first-year Auburn head coach Tommy Tuberville. A group of 30 recruits gathered toward the end of the weekend visit and realized they could do something great. “Sometimes you just cling to people and all of us clicked and decided to come to Auburn and turn around a 3-8 program,” Torbor said. “We all had other options, but to have the opportunity to do something great with guys that you like, that was the difference maker.” Wha

  • INFLCR0001 - My Transitional Manifesto

    INFLCR0001 - My Transitional Manifesto

    05/05/2017 Duración: 59min

    Influencer (INFLCR) Founder & CEO, Jim Cavale, pours out his passion relative to society's preference to consume content on social media instead of traditional media, and how this preference will impact college sports and its student-athletes. Also appearing on this episode is social media entrepreneur, Gary Vaynerchuk (@garyvee), former college and pro football great-turned entrepreneur, Tiki Barber (@tikibarber) and former college football player turned-SEC on ESPN commentator, Cole Cubelic (@colecubelic).

  • 21 - Kyle Sottung, Our Evil Genius of Programming

    21 - Kyle Sottung, Our "Evil Genius" of Programming

    17/08/2016 Duración: 30min

    Jim sits down with Iron Tribe Fitness Director of Product Developement, Kyle Sottung, to talk about their longstanding friendship, his past in the fitness industry and what methodology Kyle has brought to the Iron Tribe Fitness product, as well as what is in store for the future.

  • 20 - Roy S. Johnson - Race in Sports and America

    20 - Roy S. Johnson - Race in Sports and America

    22/07/2016 Duración: 42min

    Jim visits Historic Rickwood Field in Birmingham, AL with legendary journalist Roy S. Johnson to discuss race relations in America in light of recent events as well as how sports and journalism have played a role in the conversation of race in America, through the lens of Roy's incredible story of his journey from Tulsa, OK to Stanford University, New York and beyond.

  • 19 - Michael Blevins, Hollywood Trainer and Superman Maker

    19 - Michael Blevins, Hollywood Trainer and Superman Maker

    30/06/2016 Duración: 42min

    Jim sits down with Henry Cavill's (Man of Steel, Batman V. Superman) trainer Michael Blevins to talk about the fitness industry today. Due to Michael being in London working with Henry Cavill for the Justice League, where he will be reprising his role as superman, there were connection issues which interfered with the audio. We have done our best to clean it up to deliver this incredible interview.

  • 18 - Trey Witte, #ITFAOY Submission Story

    18 - Trey Witte, #ITFAOY Submission Story

    26/05/2016 Duración: 12min

    18 - Trey Witte, #ITFAOY Submission Story by Jim Cavale

  • 17 - Wearable fitness tech with Olympian Erik Vendt

    17 - Wearable fitness tech with Olympian Erik Vendt

    02/05/2016 Duración: 31min

    Listen for a special offer on the Entreleadership Summit in Dallas, TX for TribeCast listeners. Hear Erik's story from an Olympic Gold winning swimmer to a partner at a wearable startup company. Whoop is worn by elite athlete like Lebron James and Michael Phelps, but it has practicality that can be applied to Iron Tribers once it is released. Jim asks Erik about his insights on wearable technology and where it is now.

  • TribeCast 016 - Journey to Cambodia with Jim  Neverthirst

    TribeCast 016 - Journey to Cambodia with Jim & Neverthirst

    09/04/2016 Duración: 01h31min

    Listen to Jim recount his time spent with a few other Iron Tribers this past march in Cambodia doing work for Neverthirst, our partner in Workout for Water. Jim and his team worked on projects in remote villages, but also learned a great deal about the culture and history of the Cambodian people.

  • 14 - Allan Gubbins, #ITFAOY Submission Story

    14 - Allan Gubbins, #ITFAOY Submission Story

    16/03/2016 Duración: 14min

    The 2016 Athlete of the Year Campaign is live! Submit your story for ITF Athlete of the Year 2016. Today we have Allen Gubbins from ITF Coral Gables, talking about his journey to Iron Tribe Fitness. Allen talks about the consistent experience you get from ITF at every location you visit even if it's thousands of miles away and how ITF as a community has impacted him.

  • 15 - Greg Everett, Talking fitness with the founder of Catalyst Athletics

    15 - Greg Everett, Talking fitness with the founder of Catalyst Athletics

    14/03/2016 Duración: 52min

    Jim talks with Greg about his time with Robb Wolfe at NorCal Strength and Conditioning and what led him to Start Catalyst and focus more intently on professional weightlifters. Jim and Greg discuss the differences between progression and scaling and what methodology is more effective. Greg gives his insight on wearable fitness trackers as well as the state of the fitness industry today.

  • 13 - Forrest Walden, The Iron Tribe Story

    13 - Forrest Walden, The Iron Tribe Story

    29/02/2016 Duración: 01h02min

    Listen to Forrest and Jim tell the story of Iron Tribe and what it takes to run a successful fitness business model scaled across the country from Birmingham, AL.

  • 12 - The Godfather of Paleo, Robb Wolf (Part 2)

    12 - The Godfather of Paleo, Robb Wolf (Part 2)

    26/01/2016 Duración: 42min

    12 - The Godfather of Paleo, Robb Wolf (Part 2) by Jim Cavale

  • 11- Anthony Jones, #ITFAOY Submission Story

    11- Anthony Jones, #ITFAOY Submission Story

    12/01/2016 Duración: 15min

    11- Anthony Jones, #ITFAOY Submission Story by Jim Cavale

  • 10 - The Godfather of Paleo, Robb Wolf (Part 1)

    10 - The Godfather of Paleo, Robb Wolf (Part 1)

    21/12/2015 Duración: 32min

    10 - The Godfather of Paleo, Robb Wolf (Part 1) by Jim Cavale

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