Paige Dimakos, Digital Media host for TD Fantasy and the Draft Network, joins Rob Cressy to talk about her success mindset for succeeding in sports. Why is it important to train like an athlete, both mentally and off the field? Why is she addicted to greatness and learning from it? How do you walk away from things that no longer serve you (in the name of being around like-minded successful people)? A changing of the guard is currently happening with old sports media veterans who have done thing a certain way, and the new media way to be successful. How do you keep things fun and positive?

In each episode of The Sports Marketing Huddle, Rob Cressy, Founder of Bacon Sports, gives a forward-thinking perspective on some of the hottest topics in the world of sports marketing and then gives actionable advice on how you can implement it into your business.

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