JT Smith joins me on this episode to talk the usual gaming questions. We also chat about all the amazing things that you can find and do on The Game Crafter. He also has a Crowd Sale coming (we talk about what that means in the episode) for his game Merc. Here is the link. Thanks for listening.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adam-f-collins/support
JT Smith started designing games when he was in high school and wanted an easier way to prototype his game. His drive to find a better way to prototype led him to found the company the Game Crafter, a company that allows you to print prototypes and even produce your game on a small scale. In addition to Game Crafter, JT has programmed a number of incredible tools for creating card prototypes, migrating your physical games to programs like Tabletop Simulator, and even running entire conventions. Thanks to JT this episode of the Think Like A Game Designer will, no doubt, make your game design life easier.
Level Agency leverages the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS®) on a daily basis. Part of this program is the idea of goal-setting through the use of "Rocks."In this episode, we sit with JT Smith, AVP of Operations, to understand what Rocks are, why they are important, and how the Agency uses them to deliver excellent results for clients. If you like the topic of this episode, check out the book Traction: Get a Grip on Your Business, by Gino Wickman. For more information on this podcast, visit us online. Have feedback on the show? We'd love to hear from you! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
JT Smith was the one of the founders of United Boxing Club with Ryan Savage. They started with renting space from community clubs, until one day they found their own space. United grew with high quality athletes and as a Level 4 Boxing Coach, JT helped take athletes all the way to National Gold. This is a great episode to understand importance of what to know as a young up and coming athlete. JT gives great advice to recognize the importance of the system of how amateur sport is organized, understand the rules of the sport, and the value of a certified coach that can help so much. When I first started in boxing competitively at United, JT was the first person I spoke with after the first class, I was sold. He has the insight of the sport from his experience and has a great technical approach to teaching athletes. Enjoy this episode and take some notes, as I know I even did when he went into some details of the high end national level requirements for carded athletes. 2:35 - JT comes on greetings w/ story meeting JT4:13 - JT introduces himself9:45 - Starting united boxing13:10 - JTs view on progression15:00 - back to progression - prize fighter - screening fighters - 16:45 - difference structure between prize fighting and (Olympic and amateur style) boxing21:55 - JT how matches are made in Olympic boxing, Talks about sanctioning body + origin24:15 - 6 things boxers need to work on29:00 - Rhyland reacts, appreciate ‘make sure you get a real coach’29:55 - Difference between Technique vs. Strategy33:15 - The boxing equation35:00 - Rhyland reacts - exchanges reactionary, everything happens so fast it’s reactionary37:50 - Coach is greatest honest feedback38:50 - JT story about Gfs dad “ You more you know, the more you realize you don’t know”40:50 - Have some respect because most people are doing this for free42:11 - Drills importance43:35 - JT - sports save kids45:45 - Group learning is faster and better - group develops a culture - importance of journaling48:00 - Have to be creative with athletes, weird time for boxers (pandemic)48:50 - What’s the best advice you could give right now to help them focus?52:10 - Rhyland reacts - focusing on skill development - perfect the jab attack/defense53:15 - JT - expresses the point that the basics and fundamentals you have segment training rather than mix it together55:00 - Summoning intrinsic motivation to workout when facing obstructions56:00 - Rhyland - talks about the addictiveness of sparring ‘crack cocaine of sparring’ 56:30 - Rhyland asks - Sparring is a test of the other training that you’ve been doing – JT talks about progressive coaching A -> B -> C calibrate specific to athlete57:57 - People get too fired up for the sparring itself rather than the test of ability58:30 - JT talks about belting programs 59:30 - Sparring reveals mistakes but never demonstrate what you are really good at60:50 - Rhyland asks JT about himself outside of boxing, briefly describe how you are challenging yourself these days67:45 - Rhyland - Anxiety of stepping into the ring69:05- Jt - What are we trying to do with these athletes besides the W? Relates to spending time with his father71:30 - JT talks about importance of food and his poor eating habits72 - Rhyland relates to the importance of nutrition73:45 - Importance of knowing the rules of sanctioned boxing 78:35 - Telling people your goals vs. not telling people your goals 79:40 - Know your brands and equipment82:00 - Importance and dangers of understanding sparring intensity with sparring partners, experienced vs. non-experienced boxers
JT Smith is a serial entrepreneur and creator of The Game Crafter, a USA Board Game manufacturer that focuses on short-run production (less than 1000 copies). The Game Crafter has been continuing to expand their services to help buddy game developers enter the market.Check out The Game Crafter: https://www.thegamecrafter.comCheck out our last interview with JT: https://youtu.be/Q-7WdKo6h3ULink to The Captain is Dead on Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1126580/The_Captain_is_Dead/FOLLOW US ON: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/boardgamebingeInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/boardgamebingepodcast/ Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/boardgamebingeWHERE TO FIND OUR PODCAST:Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5RJbdkguebb3MSLAatZr7riHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-board-game-binge-72500104/Tune In: https://tunein.com/embed/player/p1344218/Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5jYXB0aXZhdGUuZm0vYm9hcmRnYW1lYmluZ2U=Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/board-game-binge/id1522623033Visit Our Website: Board Game Binge: https://boardgamebinge.com/Tin Robot Games: https://tinrobotgames.com
S3. EP18. | Bearcat Roundtable w/ JT Smith & Coach Kam
Pardon The Punctuation | A Cincinnati Sports Podcast
Tonight we have a roundtable discussion about the Cincinnati Bearcats w/ some special guests.Kameron Chancellor: TIMEOUT With Coach Kam Podcast | @CoachKamC, @TimeoutWithKamJ.T. Smith: The Front Office News | @_JT_Smith, @FrontOfficeNewsDon't for get to Vote:Ladies and Gentlemen it's that time of the year again! Time for you to help us out and vote Pardon The Punctuation as Best Sports Coverage in Cincinnati. We are under the Sports and Recreation section! You must vote in 20 categories for your vote to count.Click Here To Vote
Heel Tough Blog Podcast- Ep. 197: JT Smith Jr. Interview
Heel Tough Blog Podcast
In this edition of the podcast, Providence Country Day School APB JT Smith Jr., this past week's Heel Tough Blog Scouting Report's scoutee, stops by to talk about his performance on Friday night and what he is hearing from the Tar Heel staff. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week we chat with JT Smith and Jeff Anderson about the acquisition of Tabletop Events by BoardGameGeek. Smith grew the tabletop convention management service over the last five years, but was almost forced to close when the pandemic forced all the tabletop gaming events on his system to cancel. We talk about that, and BGG convention manager Jeff Anderson gives us a look into what they have planned with their integration of the application.