Sideline Sisters

4 - Maggie Robinson talks about getting emotional at an NFL game

January 10, 2024 Jenny Cheifetz Season 1 Episode 4
4 - Maggie Robinson talks about getting emotional at an NFL game
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Sideline Sisters
4 - Maggie Robinson talks about getting emotional at an NFL game
Jan 10, 2024 Season 1 Episode 4
Jenny Cheifetz

Maggie Robinson is a broadcast associate at the NFL. She is former Division I athlete at the University of Pennsylvania and creator of the "Fast Break" video series in partnership with Penn Athletics.

Maggie's Notes from the Sidelines:

  1. Working in sports has shown her that sports is way bigger than ourselves; it's a shared experience of being passionate about one thing.
  2. To get a job, especially in sports, takes a special hustle mentality.
  3. There are many women working in sports today, especially the NFL.
  4. "If you do the internal work, a lot of things work in your favor."
  5. Passion in sports is a worldwide phenomenon, for good and bad.
  6. Mental strength in sports is to be admired.
  7. Manifesting a dream job is possible through journaling, talking to the universe, and visualizing.


Check out the David Beckham documentary and the Kelce documentary!
Maggie's favorite team

@robinsonnmaggie
@maggierobinsonn
www.linkedin.com/in/maggie-robinson-0bb02b01

Check out https://www.jentlecoaching.com for more information about Jentle Coaching.
And be sure to follow @jentlecoaching on Instagram to stay up-to-date on all the latest news/offers.
Join the Sideline Sisters Facebook Group and be a part of our growing community.
Book a DISCOVERY CALL with Jenny from Jentle Coaching to get information about coaching and breathwork services.
Download Jenny's FREE MEDITATION

Sign up for Podcast like a Mother: Podcast Creation Course

**The information provided on this podcast does not, and is not intended to constitute legal advice; instead, all information, content, and materials available on this site are for general informational purposes only. Messages and discussions on this podcast may not constitute the most up-to-date legal or other information. This podcast contains links to other third party websites. Such links are only for the convenience and enjoyment of the reader, user, or browser.

Show Notes

Maggie Robinson is a broadcast associate at the NFL. She is former Division I athlete at the University of Pennsylvania and creator of the "Fast Break" video series in partnership with Penn Athletics.

Maggie's Notes from the Sidelines:

  1. Working in sports has shown her that sports is way bigger than ourselves; it's a shared experience of being passionate about one thing.
  2. To get a job, especially in sports, takes a special hustle mentality.
  3. There are many women working in sports today, especially the NFL.
  4. "If you do the internal work, a lot of things work in your favor."
  5. Passion in sports is a worldwide phenomenon, for good and bad.
  6. Mental strength in sports is to be admired.
  7. Manifesting a dream job is possible through journaling, talking to the universe, and visualizing.


Check out the David Beckham documentary and the Kelce documentary!
Maggie's favorite team

@robinsonnmaggie
@maggierobinsonn
www.linkedin.com/in/maggie-robinson-0bb02b01

Check out https://www.jentlecoaching.com for more information about Jentle Coaching.
And be sure to follow @jentlecoaching on Instagram to stay up-to-date on all the latest news/offers.
Join the Sideline Sisters Facebook Group and be a part of our growing community.
Book a DISCOVERY CALL with Jenny from Jentle Coaching to get information about coaching and breathwork services.
Download Jenny's FREE MEDITATION

Sign up for Podcast like a Mother: Podcast Creation Course

**The information provided on this podcast does not, and is not intended to constitute legal advice; instead, all information, content, and materials available on this site are for general informational purposes only. Messages and discussions on this podcast may not constitute the most up-to-date legal or other information. This podcast contains links to other third party websites. Such links are only for the convenience and enjoyment of the reader, user, or browser.