Welcome to A Tribe Called Yes™ with Daron K. Roberts. This podcast brings you closer to the world's most notorious risk-takers, trailblazers and enemies of the status quo.This podcast is for entrepreneurs looking for fuel to continue down the long road to success.This podcast is for disgruntled employees looking for insights on switching careers.This podcast is for students who want to jump off the conveyor belt of their major.This podcast is for people who want to make the jump, but need a little nudge.In short, this podcast is for you.Topics explored will include leadership, purpose, coaching, personal development, risk-taking, strategy development and entrepreneurship.This weekly podcast is hosted by Daron K. Roberts the Founding Director of the Center for Sports Leadership & Innovation at the University of Texas. After graduating from Harvard Law School, Roberts decided to take a sharp right turn and pursue a football coaching career. After asking 32 NFL teams for an internship, he finally received a "Yes" from the Kansas City Chiefs. He went on to serve coaching stints with the Detroit Lions, West Virginia Mountaineers and Cleveland Browns. He holds a B.A. in Plan II Honors and Government from the University of Texas (2001), an M.P.P. from Harvard’s Kennedy School (2004) and a J.D. from Harvard Law School (2007). Roberts is a contributor to Forbes.com, and his articles have appeared in The Dallas Morning News, Fortune, Houston Chronicle and Time.
Ep. 111 - Life 101: Brandon Copeland
NY Jets linebacker, Brandon Copeland is in a class of his own, and I mean that, he's literally in a class of his own. In the offseason, Copeland teaches "Life 101" at the University of Pennsylvania. The class explores life lessons and financial...
Ep. 110 - The Dealmaker: Roger Montgomery
Roger Montgomery has spent nearly 20 years as a sports agent. One story encapsulates his approach to life and his business. Among many others, Montgomery represented NBA All-Star, Jeremy Lin. He tells the story of Lin expressing his fear of the unknown....
Ep. 109 - The Co-Founders: Ali and Lauren Borowick
Sisters Ali and Lauren Borowick grew up enjoying delicious chocolate-covered pretzels made by their mom. When they got older, they turned that weekend treat into a thriving business, dubbed Fatty Sundays. On today’s episode, the duo talks about...
Ep. 108 - The Advisor: Eric Dungy
As far back as he can remember, Eric Dungy dreamed of playing in the NFL. The son of legendary coach Tony Dungy, Eric grew up around the game of football and played collegiately at Oregon and USF. But when his NFL plans didn’t work out, Dungy pivoted,...
Ep. 107 - The Victor: Jake Zweig
Jake Zweig is the director of player development with the University of Illinois football program, but his resume is long and varied. This former Navy SEAL is an entrepreneur, a business school graduate, a three-time Washington State science fair...
Ep. 106 - The Exec: Pat Williams
Sports executive Pat Williams, co-founder of the Orlando Magic and the former general manager of the Philadelphia 76ers, has written more than 100 books, and today he writes and speaks about leadership, success, and teamwork, among other topics. Tune in...
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Great insights and life lessons
I have followed Daron K Roberts for some time and caught his pocast interview of Bryan Carrington, Director of Recruiting for Texas. The podcast enables you to learn life lessons from his guests while gaining insights into their background on a personal level. It also brings a cultural perspective that is valuable for anyone to hear. One of the best podcasts I have heard, a must listen.
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A tribe called yes is extremely refreshing and real. Hearing a wide variety of “ personal case studies” of life transition stories is incredibly interesting and motivating especially in today’s world that answers most things with a tweet, Instagram pic or Facebook 👍🏻. These are “real life stories.” Keep up the good work DKR!
This is the podcast I have been looking for! You hear from leaders and change agents and gain great incite on conversations that you normally would not be privy.Daron does a great job pulling out nuggets to draw from.