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The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that little extra.Jimmy Johnson 

A native of suburban Philadelphia and Chicago, Joel Goldberg has worked as part of the Royals’ broadcast team for FOX Sports Kansas City since 2008 and serves as the television play-by-play voice for the ECHL Kansas City Mavericks.

In his career so far, he has spent nearly 25 years in television, developing and maintaining relationships with professional athletes, coaches, and team management. He became and continues to be an integral part of the Royals’ broadcast team and the overall Kansas City community.

With his experience, he has become a powerful public speaker and presenter, talking with groups about the networking principles he’s learned from his experiences of interviewing successful icons. Joel drives home a strong message of personal perseverance tailored to each and every audience and focuses on delivery impact for growth.

There’s a slippery slope between tradition and irrelevance. Jeff Jones, CEO of H&R Block

In this Small Changes Big Shifts Podcast episode, Joel joins Dr. Michelle to discuss:

  • Our current mental wellbeing epidemic especially among men, police officers, and professional athletes.
  • How social media is affecting the mindset and stress levels of young generations and professional athletes in their 20s.
  • The launch of his career and why communication, building relationships, and perseverance were vital then and now.
  • Why connecting on social media is just a social media connection; it’s not a relationship.
  • The fact that we all have something in common with each other but the only way of finding out is by asking.
  • How to find time to be present for your family and close relationships.

Tune in as Joel shares the importance of self-care and his favorite tips for taking the time to put yourself.

Chance favors the prepared mind.Matt Morris

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