iOS app Android app

Fieldlevel

Albert Pujols and the End to Down Syndrome Bullying

Kai Sato | Posted 07.23.2014 | Impact
Kai Sato

This one presented a unique opportunity for all of us to contribute, without ever having to spend a nickel: We can help protect people with Down syndrome from being bullied.

Amateur Golf's Quiet Savior

Kai Sato | Posted 07.02.2014 | Sports
Kai Sato

Being that golf is one of the most expensive sports to play, pricey items like golf clubs, attire, and greens fees often make the game cost-prohibitive for today's youth. Not surprisingly the National Golf Foundation has reported a precipitous decline in participation, threatening the game's future.

Recruiting the Modern High School Athlete

Kai Sato | Posted 05.28.2014 | Parents
Kai Sato

For any parent of an aspiring college athlete, it's important to remember that the greatest catalyst in helping your child get recruited is his or her coach.

The Key to Helping High School Entrepreneurs

Kai Sato | Posted 02.05.2014 | Education
Kai Sato

Given the rise in Internet-related commerce, perhaps never before has the high school-aged human been so valuable to the work force and subsequently had so much opportunity.

Turnaround Luminary: How Coach Bowman Makes Football Winners

Kai Sato | Posted 01.23.2014 | Sports
Kai Sato

In only his second season, the Houston Christian head coach is not your average football coach. Coach Bowman was kind enough to share insight into how he's repeatedly helped turn programs around.

The Case For High School Sports

Kai Sato | Posted 11.27.2013 | Sports
Kai Sato

The Atlantic article suggests that in place of high school sports, kids could play on club teams outside of school. But that misses the critical role that high school sports play in America's unparalleled sports infrastructure.

Why Investment Dollars Are Pouring Into Sports

Kai Sato | Posted 11.11.2013 | Business
Kai Sato

With the NFL season now underway, the nation's highest revenue generating sport has resumed center stage.

A Pitcher's Perseverance: From Tommy John to College Scholarship

Kai Sato | Posted 09.30.2013 | Sports
Kai Sato

Baseball is his dream, and he works hard. Until it has to end, whenever that may be, we're in support of it.

Rap Stars, Ball Players and Tech Entrepreneurs

Kai Sato | Posted 09.18.2013 | Small Business
Kai Sato

As with athletes, rap lyrics often resonate with entrepreneurs because in order to be successful, one must possess conviction and be unwavering in bringing a dream to fruition, which rappers frequently describe in their prose.

Dual-Threat Mentorship

Kai Sato | Posted 08.04.2013 | College
Kai Sato

Graduates should proactively help those with less experience, even if they don't think of themselves as "traditional mentors:" accomplished, old people with invaluable wisdom pouring out of their ears.

Be Bullish on College Baseball

Kai Sato | Posted 07.29.2013 | Sports
Kai Sato

While it's unlikely that college baseball will be able to contend with the dominance of football and basketball anytime soon, the market is growing steadily.

What Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Lebron James

Kai Sato | Posted 07.21.2013 | Small Business
Kai Sato

There is a key insight that entrepreneurs should take from watching Miami Heat star Lebron James: even with unparalleled talent, you must continue to add to your skill set.

When Big Data in Sports Fails

Kai Sato | Posted 07.07.2013 | Sports
Kai Sato

Big data solutions can help teams filter out specific types of players, but it often doesn't go nearly deep enough when evaluating a player's potential. With the current model in place, it's not cost-efficient to see all players who meet a team's specific criteria.