It’s a fact, most men thrive on competition. Competitive sports are as old as time. They test our skills, our abilities, our strength, and so much more.
But, more than that, sports are a metaphor for life. I can’t think of another opportunity where you can learn how to win, how to lose, teamwork, discipline, commitment and every other trait that will help you thrive as a man.
This week, I talk with Travis Chock, C0-Founder of Baseballism about America’s Pastime, lessons learned from the baseball diamond, and how to turn a passion for the game into a thriving business.
“We played head down baseball, done the right way with respect of the game and humility.” Tweet That— Travis Chock
Meet Travis Chock
Travis Chock is the Co-Founder of Baseballism, a clothing and accessories brand that focuses on turning a love for the game of baseball into a lifestyle filled with passion, commitment, and discipline.
Started in 2006 as a Youth Baseball Camp, Baseballism has quickly grown into a recognizable brand that serves professional baseball players down to their core audience of youth and high school athletes.
Travis has a degree in education studies and is a former college athlete but has since turned his love for the game into a full-time career with locations around the country and more stores opening soon.
Baseballism has 372,000 Facebook Fans, 52,000 Twitter Followers, and 121,000 Instagram followers attesting to the fact that Travis knows how to create a huge and loyal following.
“You want to go down swinging. If it doesn’t work, it doesn’t work but at least you gave it a shot.” Tweet That— Travis Chock
What You’ll Be Learning
- How 4 college buddies started a recognizable American Lifestyle Brand
- How to turn your passion into a business
- Why baseball is America’s pastime
- The best life lessons we can learn from sports
- Why you shouldn’t sideline coach your children’s teams
- Why striking out is important
“For all of us, baseball is a passion.” Tweet That— Travis Chock
Connect with Travis Chock, Baseballism
“Baseballism means ‘from baseball,’ believing in what the game has to offer and the good in baseball.” Tweet That— Travis Chock