Episode #35: JustinTimeBaseball with Justin Sherman
Welcome to the #RaisingAthletes podcast, we are excited to share with you our conversation with a passionate coach and leader who wants to help parents and their baseball athletes fall in love with the game as he did as a young boy.Justin Sherman was born and raised in Westchester, NY, where he played high school and college baseball. It was while he captained the Purchase College Panthers that realized he had such a love for the game he wanted to get into coaching. He started as an assistant for the Panthers and then started working with athletes individually. This entrepreneur saw a need from parents for support and directions for their athletes and JustinTime Baseball was born.Justin shares his passion and wisdom with us on this week’s episode. We know you’ll feel it as well and learn from him as he helps parents and kids grow the game.
Diversity in the Manufacturing Sector w/ Andrew Crowe and Justin Sherman
The Manufacturing Executive
The manufacturing sector is desperate for more diversity in gender, generation, race, ability, and other underrepresented populations. Quite frankly, the situation is dire. Your business won’t survive unless you create a more diverse and inclusive culture, both organization- and industry-wide. In this episode, I interview Andrew Crowe, Founder of the Elevate Institute of Advanced Manufacturing and Justin Sherman, Founder at Equity Machine Works SPC, about attracting young, diverse talent in manufacturing. Here’s what Drew, Justin, and I talked about: The extreme numbers that show the need for diversity in manufacturing The strong connection between culture and diversity Strategies to attract young folks to a manufacturing career What leaders of diverse teams should and shouldn’t do First steps in how to grow a more diverse team To ensure that you never miss an episode of The Manufacturing Executive, subscribe on Apple Podcasts, or Spotify, or here. Listening on a desktop & can’t see the links? Just search for The Manufacturing Executive in your favorite podcast player.
In this episode, Lenox and Jared talk about the top five places for Kris Bryant, and Albert Pujols. They also interview Justin Sherman. Justin Sherman's website: https://www.justintimebaseball.com/ Our Website: https://sites.google.com/view/baseballtalk Our Email: email@example.com Our Instagram: baseball_talk11--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bsbll-talk/message
Jacob Schulz and Justin Sherman on the New Zealand Report
The Lawfare Podcast
Two years ago, a gunman opened fire at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, killing dozens of innocent people. Last December, the government of New Zealand issued a lengthy report on the subject, which Lawfare deputy managing editor Jacob Schulz and Justin Sherman of the Atlantic Council analyzed in a piece on Lawfare. The report is a particularly detailed catalog of how one user of the internet used it to radicalize, to threaten people and to celebrate racist celebrities. Benjamin Wittes sat down with Jacob and Justin to talk about the report of the shooter's internet use and what it all means for content moderation and the discussions about it that we're having today.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Comedians Joey Bergren & Justin Sherman joined 16-year-old host Alyssa Sabo (played by adult comedian @alyssa_sabo) and 36-year-old sidekick Ben (played by 37-year-old comedian @bencassil) in 1996 to talk about boys' camp, bringing a friend on your date, and swearing, and play a fun game where to sing Alyssa advice! Follow Justin Sherman on Twitter @shermancomedy and Joey Bergren @joeybergren also on Twitter! Twitter! And check out their podcast "Everything Reviewed," the premise of which is that the hosts, Justin and Joey, review everything! I hope they review Totally Rad and I hope it gets a good review! Twitter! Theme song by Ben Cassil. Email us TotallyRad1996@gmail.com, rate and review on Apple Podcasts. Follow @totallyrad1996 on IG and Twitter for video content!
I am excited to have Justin Sherman on this episode of the podcast. Justin is the owner of JustinTime Ball out of New York. I am excited to share everything he is doing with youth baseball players. Justin Sherman, a life-long lover of all things baseball, was introduced to baseball at a young age and continues to inspire other young athletes by instilling a sense of confidence and independence through the game. Justin was born and raised in Westchester, NY where he played for New Rochelle youth baseball leagues and later went on to play for the New Rochelle High School varsity baseball team. While pursuing degrees at Westchester Community College and SUNY Purchase College, Justin played for the WCC Vikings Baseball Team, as well as the Purchase College Panthers where he was appointed team captain. Upon graduating, Justin later went on to be the assistant coach of the Purchase Panthers. He also began working privately with local young athletes—a hobby that would soon grow into what is now known as JustinTime Baseball. As a coach, mentor, and founder of JustinTime Baseball, Justin has spoken at several baseball conferences and clinics. In May of 2019, Justin gave a speech to student award recipients at the Southeastern Zone Physical Education Award Ceremony in Arlington, NY. Justin is currently pursuing a Masters in Physical Education at Manhattanville College. In this episode, Justin shares all about his baseball career and how that led him into what he is doing today. He shares the importance of the basics as well as the impact baseball can have on your entire life. He has so much great advice for both players and parents. Show Notes: [00:37] Justin is the owner of JustinTime Baseball out of New York. [01:51] In high school he was cut from his junior varsity team and the coach told him what he needed to work on and it ended up being one of the best decisions. He later went on to play on the varsity team and for a division 3 college. [02:25] He was an average player, but he put in ten times the effort. [03:09] His program focuses on instilling work ethic and life lessons and pursuing your potential. [05:27] The secret sauce is to do more. The actions of successful players are more frequent. [06:15] The more you do, the more you can do. [07:36] He realized he didn’t have to do anything different. He just had to increase his actions. [09:04] A great coach is one that pushes you. The target is the pursuit of your potential. [10:46] One thing Justin started before the pandemic is training parent coaches. [13:01] Using some of the parents that have good ideas, love the sport, and are willing to sit down and study it is really key. It is huge if you can take the time and create a system for these helpers. [16:01] Doing basic things (playing catch/throwing) at home is extremely helpful to the coaches. [17:24] The foundational parts are being skipped and then coaches have to go back and teach the basics. [18:01] The youth are the future of our sport and our country. [19:25] The goal is to teach kids and give them mini victories. They can take those principles of learning into their career and life. [22:27] Know and build on your strengths. [24:24] It is really tough when you learn how to coach at the younger ages when you are teaching the foundation. [27:18] Justin’s biggest advice for parents is to take it easy on your kids. Enjoy the process. [29:42] Understand at the end of the day baseball is a game. If players are questioning their playing time, don’t look at the coach, look at their work ethic. [31:48] Stop focusing on winning. [33:24] Failure often motivates players to work, train and play harder. [35:47] Train More Play Less is creating a class for kids to really work on the basics of playing catch every single day. [38:19] Focus on correcting throwing and catching techniques earlier will make a huge impact. Links and Resources: Train More Play Less Website Train More Play Less on Instagram Train More Play Less on YouTube Train More Play Less on Facebook Train More Play Less Podcast JustinTime Baseball Website JustinTime Baseball on Twitter JustinTime Baseball on Instagram JustinTime Baseball on YouTube
The Atlantic Council's Justin Sherman joins us for an episode on data privacy in India and the United States. We cover the data privacy legal framework and civil liberty concerns in both countries. We also talk about contact-tracing apps, internet shutdowns in India, the Chinese app ban in India, the Huawei 5G ban in the US, and MORE!
Ep. # 012: Justin Sherman- Founder of JustinTime BaseballJoin Evan and Justin Sherman, Founder of JustinTime Baseball, as Justin shares how he fell in love with baseball, gives examples of perseverance paying off, provides insight into his entrepreneurial journey beginning at age 13, and his commitment to teaching the fundamentals and instilling confidence in the young players he trains. What You’ll Learn:07:08 Advice on detaching from the outcome and focusing on the process08:09 Becoming an All Conference Player12:55 His entrepreneurial journey beginning at age 1315:07 Role of mentors and what he learned from one of his mentors, Brandon Steiner of Steiner Sports 18:25 The origin of his “What else” motto and how it translates to his life and work with youth players20:02 JustinTime Baseball organization mission23:42 Encouraging his players to be “brilliant at the basics”31:15 How measurable “mini victories” help players build self confidence32:32 Advice to parents on how best to support their playersThank you for being here with us! Evan and the Born To Baseball Team are looking forward to celebrating your success and sharing this journey together.If you enjoyed this episode please consider leaving a rating or review on Apple or wherever you're listening here. This will help other ball players find the Born To Baseball Podcast and give us more chances to shout out our listeners! Now, let’s play ball!Read show notes here.Show Links:Website: www.justintimebaseball.comYouTube- “Coach JustinTime”Instagram @justintimebaseballEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 914.420.8418Born To Baseball Links:Born To Baseball Website BTB Travel Team & Training TrackerInstagram: @borntobaseball Facebook Twitter: @bornto_baseballBorn To Baseball App (BETA Test) on AppleBorn To Baseball App (BETA Test) on Google Play
Episode 17 Season 2 is out with Justin Sherman of JustinTime Baseball. JustinTime baseball is an independent baseball/softball training and coaching business in Westchester, NY. JustinTime baseball specializes in youth baseball development to learn the fundamentals of baseball/softball while enjoying the love of game. They offer private lessons, group lessons, team practices, and birthday parties. Justin’s goal is to spread as much knowledge of the game as he can to his community. He has implemented Coaches Clinics for coaches and parents to learn about the game and how to develop a team. These clinics include explanations of practice plans, team building techniques, unique drills, and baseball/softball drills. Justin played college baseball at WestChester Community College and SUNY Purchase College. During his time at SUNY Purchase College, he was the team captain and after graduation he went onto be an assistant coach. During the Pandemic, JustinTime Baseball has gone completely virtual including lessons and clinics on zoom. This idea has been able to spread the love and passion for the game of baseball to kids who are not able to leave their houses during this crazy time. Justin is not only a great individual but he is a perfect example of how to spread the love for game of baseball. Please join me in listening to Justin’s story and “Always Remember Be Yourself”.