"I won't do it if I don't love it."
For the past two years I have had a lot of time for self-reflection
and discovery. Mentors have said to always have a backup
plan and know what you want to do when your career is over.
At first, I thought it was coaching, then I thought it was personal training. However, neither of them really ignited my passion - so I kept searching. What I found through my relationships with former teammates, trainers and coaches is that there is/was something missing.
There is no one giving, newly, graduated college athletes the proper advice about the professional/overseas basketball experience. Players rely heavily on their agents and former players/alumni from their respective colleges. I'm not saying there is anything wrong with that,however, oftentimes that isn't good enough.
... That's where I come in.
I am in the business of seeing all my clients - and every player I speak to - succeed. It's not about me, it's all about helping the player thrive and I will do everything in my power to ensure their victory.