What’s your backstory?
I’ve always been known as a basketball player, however I want to be known as a businessman, entrepreneur, investor and philanthropist. I’ve always been interested in business and entrepreneurship. You can say I was that kid who was selling electronics and candy bars in high school. When I got to college I had realized business is what I wanted to pursue but I didn’t want to wait until I graduated to started making money or start a business. I wanted to start in college so that way I wasn’t looking for a job frantically like a lot of people do whenever they graduate. I wanted to prove that you don’t have to drop out to start a business and you don’t have to wait to start a business either.
If someone would want to emulate your career, what would you suggest are the most important things to do?
I would suggest being efficient with your time, make genuine connections and build relationships with people you meet. Read books, listen to podcast watch YouTube videos and listen to people who are where you want to be. Be a positive person and surround yourself with winners.
What are the most exciting projects you are working on now?
Right now we are working on a 90 day social media campaign with Dylan Raw a very talented rap artist from Maine.