Career Yak

Sports Radio, Athletics, Changing Career Paths Early On - Chris Guyll with BASIS Phoenix

January 06, 2020 Christopher Goodwillie Season 1 Episode 4
Career Yak
Sports Radio, Athletics, Changing Career Paths Early On - Chris Guyll with BASIS Phoenix
Chapters
0:00
Intro
1:30
Chris Guyll's current role as an Athletic Director
3:21
His collegiate and early career background
5:18
A quick career pivot early on, yet still working in sports
9:10
Building a sports program from the ground up
13:33
The biggest challenges
16:07
Favorite and least favorite part of the job
18:29
How to incorporate long term thinking amidst the daily grind
20:34
Setting specific goals and timelines
22:05
How to market a new sports program to students and parents
23:23
What do you look for when you hire?
27:39
Growing as a professional
28:39
Who inspires you?
30:05
Chris loves his career and wouldn't change a thing!
31:15
Parting career advice: "don't be afraid to jump into the fire"
32:33
Concluding thoughts: look for something you enjoy
Career Yak
Sports Radio, Athletics, Changing Career Paths Early On - Chris Guyll with BASIS Phoenix
Jan 06, 2020 Season 1 Episode 4
Christopher Goodwillie

Chris Guyll, Athletic Director at a charter school in Phoenix, shares how he pivoted early on in his career to pursue more meaningful and fulfilling work.

Find us online at careeryak.com and answer our quick poll, letting us know what industry you are most interested in learning more about.



Music by Scandinavianz, song Wonderland (instrumental), http://www.soundcloud.com/scandinavianz



Show Notes Chapter Markers

Chris Guyll, Athletic Director at a charter school in Phoenix, shares how he pivoted early on in his career to pursue more meaningful and fulfilling work.

Find us online at careeryak.com and answer our quick poll, letting us know what industry you are most interested in learning more about.



Music by Scandinavianz, song Wonderland (instrumental), http://www.soundcloud.com/scandinavianz



Intro
Chris Guyll's current role as an Athletic Director
His collegiate and early career background
A quick career pivot early on, yet still working in sports
Building a sports program from the ground up
The biggest challenges
Favorite and least favorite part of the job
How to incorporate long term thinking amidst the daily grind
Setting specific goals and timelines
How to market a new sports program to students and parents
What do you look for when you hire?
Growing as a professional
Who inspires you?
Chris loves his career and wouldn't change a thing!
Parting career advice: "don't be afraid to jump into the fire"
Concluding thoughts: look for something you enjoy