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How to Talk About Last Night’s Game When Sports Aren’t Your Thing w/Amy Buchan Siegfried

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Sports are a big part of many people’s lives, so having an idea of what’s going on in the sporting world is a great way to foster relationships. The only question is, what if we aren’t into it ourselves? 

For those of us who aren’t major sports fanatics, the thought of participating in discussions about last night’s game can feel a little daunting. However, we don’t need to become experts just to join a conversation.

What can we do to empower ourselves to join in with conversations about sports when we’re not avid fans? Is there a way to do it without spending hours understanding a game? 

In this episode, the Founder of Last Night’s Game, Amy Buchan Siegfried shares why a little bit of information goes a long way.

“Being able to participate in conversations is empowering, so arm yourself with the information you need.”

-Dana Malstaff

Three Things You’ll Learn in This Episode

  • Why bite-sized bits of information make a bigger impact
    No one wants to spend hours reading up on a sport just to make conversation. Short, sweet, to the point reads give us just what we need without going down a rabbit hole.
  • How having a basic knowledge of sports helps us connect with others
    Even if we aren’t into sports ourselves, a lot of people are, and that means having a working knowledge of recent sporting events puts us at an advantage. Whether we’re jumping into conversations with our loved ones or using our knowledge to build connections with our colleagues and business partners, having even a small understanding is an asset.
  • The importance of keeping learning fun
    No one is going to learn anything by watching a box score. If we’re interested in learning about a sport (or anything, for that matter!) we’ve got to keep it fun.

Guest Bio- 

After seeing how the ability to talk sports gave her the upper hand as a woman in business, Amy, a third-generation entrepreneur, created Last Night’s Game to give her friends the same advantage. Last Night’s Game empowers its readers to join the sports conversation, even if they don’t know the first thing about sports. Amy is the host of the Sports Curious Podcast.

To find out more, visit her: WebsiteSports Curious Podcast on Apple PodcastsSports Curious Podcast on SpotifyInstagramFacebookTwitter


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Dana Malstaff

Dana Malstaff

Dana Malstaff is the Founder of Boss Mom and creator Nurture to Convert.
She is a mother, author, speaker, messaging strategist, podcaster, blind spot reducer, and movement maker. She believes that too many brilliant moms are struggling to figure out how to grow their business while balancing all that is required to be a good mom, partner, and woman. So many moms are trying to grow their business using trends that feel inauthentic and aren't realistic for their inconsistent schedules. She has helped thousands of women become known for their brain and not their dance moves

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