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My name is Benjamin Nabers and I’m a soccer entrepreneur.
When I was first starting out on my entrepreneurial journey…
I cared a lot about what my competition was doing.
In fact, I’d say I was pretty obsessive about it…
Every day for about 1 year I studied my competitors websites, prices and marketing material.
It was the quickest way I was going to learn.
I would try to copy and model everything that my competitors did.
It worked well, very well…
…and it gave me a great foundation to start, but I soon realized that I was becoming them, not me.
Here’s the deal.
Modeling success is important.
Being someone else is not fulfilling.
You will constantly be comparing yourself to the next person/business.
It isn’t fun.
It made me ask myself a very important question…
“How was I going to separate myself from the pack & how can I be different”?
Instead of continuing down the path of “doing what other people...
Growing up playing the game of soccer, I was blessed having some of the top coaches in the country for a successful soccer club in Austin, Texas. Making the hour and a half drive from San Antonio 3 times a week for 5 years was a huge commitment for me and my family, but I knew that it gave me the best possible chance to get a college scholarship.
I knew with my background of playing collegiate soccer and coaching high level club teams that I could offer something unique to players on an individual level. I started to notice that clubs and independent teams were not teaching the players the technical skills they needed to know to play at the competitive youth level and wanted to change that myself.
I was lucky having some of the best coaches growing up and realized that the majority of players don’t get that kind of coaching on a personal level. I wanted to help players understand the technical aspect of soccer at an early age so that they can stay with soccer throughout high...