I have been a sports fan for over 5 years now. I was a season ticket holder at the Broncos for the first 2 years of my collegiate career. I have been a die-hard Broncos fan since the beginning of the team, and have been fortunate to see them in every possible capacity during my tenure. I can now say that I am a season ticket holder for the Colorado Rapids, and have been as a season ticket holder for the Rapids since their first season.
As we all have probably been reminded, the Rapids are a soccer team, so the job of being a Rapids season ticket holder is definitely a job at its core. However, if you are a sports fan, there is more to the job than just the actual soccer. You need to be a member of the Rapids’ staff. You also need to be good, and a good Rapids employee should be able to go out on the field and be able to do something besides being a fan.
I’m not really sure what this is saying, but if you are a sports fan who is also a fan of the Rapids and wants to be a part of the staff, you can apply to be a season ticket holder. As for the rest, the Rapids have many positions, including the General Manager, Director of Player Development, and Head Coach, but it’s mostly a “no thanks” for anything involving the head coach.
What does it means to be a good Rapids employee? To be a good Rapids employee, you should be able to do anything you want to do. In this case, the answer is, you should be able to go to the field and be able to do some things.
I know there are other good Rapids employees who I’d like to be fired, but the rest of them? They can all do anything they want. The staff only really needs a good employee when the team is winning. When the Rapids are losing it’s all about the players.
When I was in college I was the head coach of a program that was a Division II program. In any given week, my players could be anywhere from the top 100 all the way down to the top 25. I was still able to hire a lot of good players from outside the state, and all of these guys were great. However, I was never able to hire the players that I so wanted to hire.
Every game I played was against a team that I liked, and everyone that I thought I liked was a good team, but I really enjoyed every game that I played. That’s a big difference from the old times.
I’ll be the first to admit that I had my own biases against people I had coached or a former coach, or who had a former coach, and this is a big reason why I’m glad that I’m not a former coach.
The games I played were always against a team that I liked, and it was always my responsibility to do the best I could in each game as opposed to the games I did. I was always looking to win or lose, but I never really felt like I was getting a better result than I did.
I do a lot of research, and I have a few things I’ll post about: (1) The science behind it. I’m not sure if it’s just a science, or if it’s a process. (2) How to build up your brand. (3) How to build a persona for your brand. (4) How to create an identity for yourself. (5) How to create a personality.