In this episode, we go into Robert's football career and all the trials and tribulations he had to go through. We also take a deep dive into his clothing line Oautica Wave! Find out what it takes to play football, run a business, and also we dabble into his love for music. RESOURCES/LINKS Watch full interviews here! (Click me) Listen on Apple Podcasts Listen on Spotify
Robert Nelson, MA Small Business Administration; Bob Tranchell, Federal Savings Bank
Something More With Chris Boyd
Chris welcomes Bob Nelson, Director of the MA SBA, and Bob Tranchell, SVP with the Federal Savings Bank. Small businesses and private non-profits may now apply for SBA economic disaster injury loans up to $2MM fixed-rate or $25k Express Bridge Loans, with a 50% guarantee on bank issued loans. Bob Tranchell talks the HECM (Home Equity Conversion Mortgage). Contact email@example.com for a 12-page booklet or register for his April 9th webinar at www.thenewhecm.com.
Robert Nelson, President of Nelson Management Group, credits his father, Daniel - in the business - recalling dinners, his dad talking "shop," for his own career in real estate. Nelson likes being "a half-hour away" from properties, and invests in NYC
Robert Nelson is a consultant for associations and provides strategic and governance advice to associations and CEOs. Robert says the association business is all about community; community is everything we do, he says, bringing people together to accomplish their goals. Robert believes that the emphasis on and need for community is what sets apart associations from the for-profit world. Community should be part of the branding for associations. Brand is really the emotional connection members feel with the associations. It used to be that we felt community was getting a group of people together to solve a problem; today we do that, but also focus more on how we can use a more diverse perspective to achieve a better solution. A community with more diversity leads to better results. Developing a strong community can help solve big problems and grand challenges. Association have the power to convene and the power to convene and create communities, so have an obligation to identify the critical challenges so that solutions can be sought. Bringing associations together to create communities to address cross industry and professional problems is increasingly important; associations are well positioned to convene the right people to help solve some of society’s largest problems. It’s important to have a clear vision and then step up to address the problems, and associations are experienced in managing such efforts.
In this week’s episode we bring to you the journey of five year NFL veteran Robert Nelson. We dive into the challenges he faced growing up in Lakeland, Florida, playing sports at an early age to being uprooted to Georgia and figuring out how to make his dreams of making it to the NFL come true. He gives unprecedented insight into his family struggles regarding what was best for him, the work he had to put in to get notice on the field by college scouts and the missed opportunity of signing with Alabama. Landing at Louisiana-Monroe to play Basketball and Football to loosing his scholarship and ultimately trusting in God which lead him to Arizona State. He went on to tell us about almost giving up on his dream after not being drafted in 2014 draft and what lead to him making the 53 man roster. Great stories in detail about the business that is the NFL and the moment that lead him to creating his own brand Ouatica Wave. I’m telling you this will keep you glued to your seat. You don’t want to miss this episode. Please like, subscribe and comment and don’t forget to follow us on all platforms @whatsthehypepodcast Guest - Robert Nelson @nelson_isle & @ouatica_wave Host - Jeff Pope @jpope_ceo and Jenerro Wade @gwade05 Music by Nipsey Hussle - Grinding all life (we don’t own the rights to this music)--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Aligned with the Vision, Do you see what I see? - Overseer Robert Nelson
Crown Ministries International Inc. turned 17 years old this year. The significance to the number 17 is Spiritual Alignment. Our guest for this Sunday was Overseer Nelson. He used the story of Moses to prophetically declare where we were, where we are and where we are going. Listen in and be blessed. To partner with us to take the gospel to the world, click this link https://bit.ly/2MavaoS
Robert Nelson is a Professor in the Monash Education Academy at Australia's Monash University. His article, "To be Creative, Education Must Become Bifocal" takes a critical look at the practice of Constructive Alignment in university course design, although many educators at the elementary and secondary levels of education will find that this conversation might just resonate with them as well.How are we leaving room for imagination and creativity in our approaches to course and curriculum design?
Locked on Texans - Robert Nelson Interview (Nov 7)
Locked On Texans - Daily Podcast On The Houston Texans
What does Coach O'Brien feel like he needs to fix at the halfway point? We hear a few thoughts from him at the Monday press conference & Robert goes inside the locker room for a one-on-one with new Texans Cornerback Robert Nelson. Nelson tells how the Texans compare to NFC Conference Finalist & his former team, the Arizona Cardinals. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices