During a shift working on SportsCenter, there's a production meeting where the producer gives us the traffic about what time we go on the air. At that point, creative ideas are being pitched about how to treat the story lines that are going on in the day of sports. Over my four and a half years at ESPN, I have gained the confidence to pitch any kind of creative ideas, no matter how strange they sound. I'm usually assigned to cut top plays in which I uses social media and communicate with my co-workers to find the best plays of the night. I make the extra effort to enhance top plays using telestrations when necessary. I'm comfortable knowing when to take risks to try to make something more special and memorable to the viewer. And like a producer, I'm always changing my top plays and adjusting to what's the most important thing of the night. Learning how to react under pressure is something that I have grown immensely at.