It’s been a few months since I’ve posted on my blog. To say the least, I’ve been extremely busy with both work and my personal life. I’ve started a few other posts that did not get completed and posted.
Recently I’ve made some changes in my business career. I’ve spent 8 years of my life working as a professional sports agent. I am no longer a Certified NFL Agent. That is a big change, however I am as excited as I have ever been about my future and the current work that I’m doing. I can always say that I chased my dreams as an NFL agent with no regrets. I’ll always be thankful for the many people I’ve met in college and professional sports along the way, including many other great agents. I’ve made many lifelong friends that I’m forever grateful for. There have been so many great memories that I’ve had that I’ll always carry with me.
There is a lot that I could and probably should write about regarding my experiences as an NFL agent as a way of helping those who aspire to be a professional sports agent. Today is not that day.
My work in the business side of the sports and entertainment industry is far from over. I have identified a number of marketing opportunities that are not being maximized by both professional athletes and sports teams. My business partner and I, through my marketing company, Marketing 160 are already pursuing helping teams and athletes maximize technology and platforms that can help them bring additional revenue while connecting with their fans.
Stay tuned as I’ll be sharing more about my dealings in the sports and entertainment business in the near future.