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The Big Jump

By David Gardner

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Description

The Big Jump is on a mission to inspire people’s next big jump, this is a podcast about human reinvention – featuring professional athletes who have levered their athletic minds for success beyond sports. Hosted by David Gardner, a former pro basketball player turned branding firm founder.

Customer Reviews

Inspirational + personable + entertaining interviews

Great insight into how these pro athletes have incorporated their athletic (and business savvy) skills into the entrepreneurial world and beyond!! Inspirational, entertaining and personable interviews. David kills it!

Inspiring and amazingly topical

Love it! Former pro athletes share an honest take on their journey, fame and their “brand” after sports.

These are perspectives and voices the world needs to hear, especially in today’s climate.

Meaningful look into athletes’ next acts

This podcast is on point. The Big Jump is filling a big void of coverage of what athletes are capable of outside of their sport. I really like that David gets his guests to open up in meaningful conversation- no locker room talk. And you really don’t have to be a fan of the guest’s particular sport to relate - it’s universally about what’s possible when reinventing oneself.

The Big Jump
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  • Category: Careers
  • Language: English

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