"Until God calls you away, you are to bloom where you are planted." - Jason Romano In this episode, long-time ESPN Producer & Senior Manager, Jason Romano, joins our host Josh Livingston to discuss finding your identity. None of us have all of the answers and are a work in progress, but this episode hits home the fact that your identity is not found in what you do, but who you are. For Jason, that is a child of God! JOIN THE CONVERSATION Find us wherever you are: @findpurehope or /findpurehope and use #aworldfree, or visit: purehope.net/aworldfreepodcast SUPPORT If this message and mission is meaningful to you, consider supporting the ministry of pureHOPE: purehope.net/give CONTENT We will explore mature themes from a biblically-rooted perspective. Please listen with discretion and determine what is age-appropriate for the young listeners in your life. For more information, visit purehope.net. Download our FREE pureHOPE App today!
Jason Romano, Former ESPN Producer & Host of Sports Spectrum Talks About "Forgiving My Alcoholic Father"
The Father Effect
Jason Romano, Former ESPN Producer, Author, and Host of Sport Spectrum, talks about a daily walk in forgiving his alcoholic father, struggling with anger, trying to be the dad his dad wasn't, the incredible power of empathy, & how forgiving his dad helped him have a better relationship with God. ► Watch The Father Effect FREE 60 Minute Movie → https://youtu.be/9oCwfapxE0o Get the FREE Ebook! The Father Effect Interviews - Stories Every Father Needs To Hear http://ow.ly/hUxu30r5iNo ▼ The Father Effect Book: Amazon - http://ow.ly/yfL130qpaVc ► FLOWPAGE - (All the ways to connect with John Finch) https://flow.page/thefathereffect ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ABOUT THE FATHER EFFECT ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ John seeks to break down the barriers that prevent men and women from addressing deep rooted anger and hurt from the wounds they have suffered in this life by candidly and openly sharing his story, his failings, and his path to a new way of life. John’s mission is to educate, encourage and equip men to become the fathers they were created to be, and to help men walk in daily awareness of their significant and lifelong influence as fathers. Through The Father Effect Movie & Book, John shares stories and messages that will move viewers & readers to a new awareness about the everlasting impact of fathers and the importance of forgiveness and authenticity in the relationships of this world. John has been married for 23 years. has three daughters and lives near Dallas, Texas and he is the founder of The Perfect Father Ministries Inc, a 501(c) non-profit. ► Website → www.thefathereffect.com ▼ The Father Effect social media: • Instagram → https://www.instagram.com/thefathereffect/ • Facebook → https://www.facebook.com/TheFatherEffect/ • Twitter → https://twitter.com/thefathereffect • Tag us on social media: #thefathereffect ▼ John shares the key to finding forgiveness for his father https://youtu.be/u6V33REaldg ▼ John shares about his struggle with anger and alcohol https://youtu.be/YUbY00xLolk ▼ Best-Selling Author John Eldredge UNPLUGGED & Unedited in The Father Effect: https://youtu.be/fMRUYCS1GJY ▼ Speaking Inquiries | Media | Workshops: www.thefathereffect.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefathereffect/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thefathereffect/support
This is a replay of one of our more popular shows. It might be worth listening to again since there were some good stories and great insights. If you haven’t heard it before, you’re in for a treat. Since this episode aired, Jason Romano has released a second book entitled "The Uniform of Leadership: Lessons on True Success from My ESPN Life". SHOW NOTES: Jason Romano is the host and producer of the Sports Spectrum podcast where he interviews athletes, coaches, and other personalities on the intersection of sports and faith. He is also a speaker, author, media consultant and church leader with 20 years of professional broadcasting experience on the regional and network level. For 17 years, Jason was a Senior Manager and Producer at ESPN. He has created and produced content for shows such as SportsCenter, Monday Night Football, Mike and Mike in the Morning, Sunday NFL Countdown, College Gameday, MLB’s All Star Game. During his time at ESPN, Jason produced content for ESPN Radio, helped lead and grow the talent booking department, building relationships with the biggest names in sports as well as creating and managing the NFL on ESPN’s social media channels, growing them to over 6 million followers on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Jason has spoken to thousands of people at conferences, colleges, companies and churches. He’s a big advocate of social media, having built up large followings both for ESPN’s social feeds as well as his own personal brand. Jason’s first book, “Live to Forgive” was published in January of 2018. In today’s episode, we discuss: The amazing guests that he has had on his Sports Spectrum podcast Why it is so hard to forgive others and why we need to forgive Who is on Jason’s bucket list for future podcast guests His experiences and 17 years at ESPN Books, Resources, and Links Mentioned in the Podcast Jason's Books: www.jasonromano.com/book Jason’s Website: www.jasonromano.com Jason’s Twitter: @JasonRomano Jason’s Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/jasonespn Jason’s Email: JasonRomano22@gmail.com Jason’s Facebook: www.facebook.com/jasonromano22 Sports Spectrum Twitter: @Sports_Spectrum Sports Spectrum Website: www.SportsSpectrum.com Article about Jason leaving ESPN: http://www.faithwire.com/2017/02/10/espn-producer-and-media-expert-quits-to-pursue-entirely-new-calling-ive-felt-god-nudging-me/ Click here to listen to Sports Spectrum Podcast. Sports Spectrum Podcasts Mentioned… Louie Giglio, pastor and author Katie Lentz, administrator for MLB’s Baseball Assistance Team James Brown, CBS Sports Ted Dibiase, The Million Dollar Man – WWE Hall of Famer Brock Huard, ESPN Analyst and former NFL Quarterback Jason’s Podcast Recommendations … Bill Simmons Podcast Rich Take on Sports Brock Huard Above and Beyond Podcast Jason’s Book Recommendations … The Carpenter: A Story About the Greatest Success Strategies of All by Jon Gordon Lead…For God’s Sake: A Parable for Finding the Heart of Leadership by Todd Gongwer Tools of the Titans: The Tactics, Routines, and Habits of Billionaires, Icons, and World-Class Performers by Tim Ferris Order Jason’s Books Order Jason’s books at www.jasonromano.com/book This Episode is Sponsored By "The Bus Trip" If you like to read or you have a special athlete or coach in your life, then you’ll want to check out The Bus Trip. This modern-day sports leadership fable might be a work of fiction, but the issues and solutions provided are very real and can help teams develop a winning culture. The Bus Trip helps athletes learn how to be better teammates and more positive leaders. Please visit TheBusTripBook.com for more information, chapter discussion guides, and team discounts. Rate & Review Please consider rating the podcast with 5 stars and leaving a quick review on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are the lifeblood of a podcast. This helps tremendously in bringing the podcast to the attention of others. Thanks again for listening and remember that “Success is a choice. What choice will you make today?”
The Way Home: Jason Romano on blooming where you’re planted
The Way Home Podcast
This week on The Way Home podcast Jason Romano joins me to talk about his latest book “The Uniform of Leadership: Lessons on True Success from My ESPN Life.” Jason now works for Sports Spectrum, a ministry that connects sports and faith, but we spend time talking about what it looks like to be a faithful person…
Ep 65 - Behind the Scenes & The Power of Forgiveness with Jason Romano
What's Next with Eric Wood
For 17 years, Jason was an Emmy-Award winning Producer and Senior Manager at ESPN. He has created and produced content for shows such as SportsCenter, Monday Night Football and Mike and Mike in the Morning. In February of 2017, Jason took a leap of faith and walked away from his job at ESPN to pursue sports ministry. One month later, he launched the Sports Spectrum podcast, an interview driven show that features athletes, coaches, entertainers and other personalities sharing their stories on the intersection of sports and faith. Today on the show, Eric and Jason get into many different topics, including: Jason's journey to ESPN and his first jobs in the business (2:36-13:01) Former athletes in broadcasting and common mistakes they make (16:32-30:00) Jason's reason for leaving ESPN to pursue sports ministry (30:00-43:00) Jason's favorite podcast episodes and his most fulfilling work (45:00-53:00) The results of effort (54:00-1:03:00) And much more. Jason is the author of two books, "The Uniform of Leadership" and "Live to Forget" and you can purchase them here: https://www.jasonromano.com/book For more info on our show sponsors: https://www.chilitechnology.com/pages/cooling-sleep-systems?offer_id=2&affiliate_id=1931&transaction_id=1029fa200cbdccf2ec238b41424c06&utm_source=TUNE&utm_medium=cpc To get 22% off your order, use the code: Eric22
This week, Andy hosts Jason Romano—Former ESPN Producer, Author, Speaker, and Sports Spectrum Podcast Host. Tune in to hear Jason's stories about remarkable people who exemplified leadership in ways that will surprise you. From the cafateria lady who learned everyone’s names, to the ESPN anchorman who got him one-on-one time with Emmitt Smith, Jason covers lessons that will benefit you and the people in your life. Pick up a copy of Jason’s new book The Uniform of Leadership today, then connect with him on Facebook and at his website below. Facebook: Facebook.com/JasonRomano22 Website: JasonRomano.com You can also hear more from Jason on his podcast, Sports Spectrum: SportsSpectrum.com/podcast If you have questions or comments for THE PROFESSIONAL NOTICER, please contact us at: Email: TheProfessionalNoticer@AndyAndrews.com Facebook.com/AndyAndrews YouTube.com/AndyAndrewsAuthor Twitter.com/AndyAndrews Instagram.com/AndyAndrewsAuthor
This week, Adam sits down with author, speaker, longtime ESPN producer, & his personal friend, Jason Romano. Jason shares his story, and the two talk about how leadership doesn’t depend on a title or job, but is a calling no matter where we’re at. Adam and Jason also touch on forgiveness, identity, and family relationships.Get a copy of Jason’s new book The Uniform of Leadership here: amzn.to/30Yj7A
To be a leader is to have the ability to impact other people’s lives. It’s not about the title, the status, or the amount of money you make; it’s about being a positive influence on those around you. That’s why it doesn’t just appear in the boardroom. There are leaders everywhere — even in the most unexpected places. This week, podcast host and author Jason Romano talks about the importance of servant leadership and how understanding people’s unique value makes a better team. He shares personal stories of his time working at ESPN as a talent producer and in other roles. One of his most pivotal moments came when a job he wanted went to the other finalist instead of him. It was a moment that underscored the importance of humility and of supporting others in success. It was also a chance to see disappointment as a path to new opportunity, which he has carried with him ever since. Support the show by using code PODCAST for 15% off at CompeteEveryDay.com!
Jason is an author, speaker, and media professional with over 20 years of broadcasting experience. He is now the host of an incredibly successful podcast, Sports Spectrum Podcast, an interview driven show featuring athletes, coaches, entertainers and other personalities sharing their stories on faith and sports.