"Own your Craft" Talking Pitching with Coach Scott Strickland of Richmond Hill
We dive into pitching with head coach Scott Strickland of Richmond Hill HS. We talk development of pitchers, creating a staff, and how they build bigger engines. Coach Strickland walks us step by step of how his program creates accountability within his players from the first day they walk into the program. He explains that building relationships in the offseason creates trust on the mound during the season.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Hello friends! Austin singer/songwriter, Scott Strickland is my guest for episode 997! His latest release Tapes From The Board Vol. 1 is available now. Go to scottstricklandband.com for music, Patreon and more. We have a great conversation about his journey in music and life, shaking a tambourine through an entire pep rally, being black in the Austin music community and much more! I had a great time getting to know Scott. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down! Get set up or repair on your guitars with J. Scott Lutherie! If you feel so inclined. Venmo: www.venmo.com/John-Goudie-1 Paypal: paypal.me/johnnygoudie
S2E5 - Scott Strickland - "Local Folkal" #1 @ Studio 601
Chilling on the Southside
In this episode, Mike Donello ventures out to Studio 601 for the very first "Local Folkal" segment. Joined by his esteemed colleagues Mike Ingber & Eric Harrison, we sit down with local artist Scott Strickland to talk about his upcoming album and his approach this time around to the recording process. We learn a little history about Scott through his artistic journey into Austin and hear how he's been navigating 2020. We also play a quick round of our favorite game, "Either or Neither". We hope you enjoy and we look forward to bringing you more "Local Folkal" guests soon! Link up with all things Scott Strickland @ scottstricklandband.com
As Major League Baseball makes its return to the field, Chris Edwards explores some of the history and nuggets that have happened on Opening Day. Later, Chris is joined by this weeks' guest, Scott Strickland, the Assistant General Manager of the Durham Bulls. The two chat about a bunch of topics including:- Scott's journey to Durham first as assistant groundskeeper, before becoming the head groundskeeper and now as the Assistant General Manager- Best stories about tarp pulls- The time a manger climbed the centerfield wall during the game and got ejected- What Minor League Baseball looks like after not playing this season- The challenges that the folks in Buffalo face as they prepare to become the home ballpark for the Blue Jays this season ... and more! Also in this episode, a special treat at the endPlease follow us on social media:Twitter: @FairPolePodcastFacebook: @FairPolePodcast Please consider subscribing, rating and reviewing the podcast, we would certainly appreciate that.
Creating A Digital Experience For Every Kind of Person with Scott Strickland of Wyndham Hotels & Resorts
There are countless ways that humans and technology interact. And those interactions are becoming more and more prevalent in every aspect of daily life. But not everyone likes to use technology in the same way. So when you’re dealing with every single type of person imaginable, like Scott Strickland does as the EVP & Chief Information Officer at Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, you have to really understand and offer every kind of digital experience. It’s a massive job, which takes creativity, coordination, and skill. On this episode of IT visionaries, Scott explains how he manages the job, the role new technologies like A.I. and RPA play in the process, and the other challenges he faces as a CIO. Key Takeaways The IT experience is much more front-and-center than ever before in all parts of the business operations and customer journey The hospitality industry has been disrupted in good ways, but there are still areas where technology is lacking or not up to par After you digitally transform, you evolve and must keep evolving --- IT Visionaries is brought to you by the Salesforce Customer 360 Platform - the #1 cloud platform for digital transformation of every experience. Build connected experiences, empower every employee, and deliver continuous innovation - with the customer at the center of everything you do. Learn more at salesforce.com/platform
Major Scott Strickland served in numerous capacities in the United States Army, including flying Apache helicopters. Since returning Scott continues to assist his fellow veterans who may be struggling with post military issues. In this talk we listen to his story about serving in the military, the lessons he learned, and how we’re all always in the process of healing and identifying the next mission. Learn more at www.WarriorHope.com/blog/05
Scott Strickland started out mowing the grass for the Durham Bulls, 15 years later he is now the Assistant General Manager of arguably the best known minor league baseball team in the country - the Durham Bulls. Strickland shares his love affair with mowing the lawn, to dugout stories and the struggles he has faced working in minor league baseball. An interview with many lessons and advice. Follow him on Twitter at @DurhamBullsAGM. Music produced by Eli O'Neal Music.