Tag Archives: thank you

Community: My Perspective on Seattle’s “12’s”

I must say that it was pretty cool to live in near a city whose team went to the Super Bowl. Twice. Yes, I’m referring to the Seattle Seahawks who went to Super Bowl XLVIII and WON and Super Bowl XLIX and lost. I didn’t write about this last year, but never underestimate the power […]

Thank Them for Complaining

The next time your customers complain, thank them. If they take the time out of their day to complain about something, they care about what it is that you’re doing – they want you to be better. Of course, they also probably want something else – if you can, give it to them but also […]

Thank You, Fans

Thank you. Two little words with so much meaning. So yes, thank YOU fans of Bill’s Sports Business Blog! It’s been a while and it’s great to be back. I’m not going to be posting daily like I was the last few months of last year, but I will be here more regularly and once […]

The 100th Post

Today is my 100th post! Hooray! I started this blog in June of 2012 as a way to start a discussion about sports business from the perspective of someone relatively new in the field, but certainly not fresh. Including the time I spent in college, I’ve worked in sports business for 10 years now (7 […]

On Gratitude and Saying “Thank You”

How are your manners? Sure we could all probably improve in one area or another or certainly in one situation or another. So how often do you say “thank you?” Think about everything you ask for and considering offering words of gratitude for your fans, customers and followers. In the quest for influence, until we […]