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From Cal Ripken to Bryce Harper, The Fundamentals Haven’t Changed

Ron Shapiro is one of the most admired sports agents in all of baseball. Ron has published 4 books, including his newest book titled THE POWER OF NICE: How To

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Here’s What I See When I Step Into The Batters Box

Accomplishment and success. The two words that are the driving force behind everything we do. But how do you measure success and accomplishment? As I begin another great baseball season

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Building A Championship NBA Team is A Process Both On and Off The Court

The NBA Playoffs are beginning to take shape and the top teams are doing what they can to put themselves in the best position possible. What does it take during

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This NFL Quarterback Reflects What Peyton Manning Meant To Him

Dylan Thompson is an NFL Quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers. Having played in the NFL as well as played in Peyton Mannings summer camps, Dylan has had the privileged

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Jimmy Butler Endorsed POWERHANDZ by Accident- and That’s Exactly Why It’s Successful

 Darnell Jones is an entrepreneur & investor, athlete and sales professional. He founded his first company in May 2012. In November of 2013, he became CEO and Founder of his

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This Former NHL Goalie Will Hire You- But Not Because of Your Resume

Sports players move quickly, especially hockey players who can skate faster than most can run. Dan Marrazza, well known hockey writer recently caught up with Robert Esche, former professional ice hockey

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The Warriors Aren’t Just Winning, They’re Telling an Incredible Story

The world of basketball is watching the Golden State Warriors dominate their opponents. We’re witnessing an entire chapter of the  basketball history book playing out in front of our eyes.

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My Journey from The NFL To The Business World

Like so many kids, I always dreamed of playing football. When I finally got my chance playing wide receiver in the NFL it was literally a dream come true. I

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Catching Passes From Joe Montana to President of Healthcare Company

At 5’10” and just 157 lbs, JJ Birden was the smallest guy in the NFL. Despite that JJ played 9 successful years in the NFL, catching many passes from Joe

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Jose Bautista: Keys to Success

There is a direct correlation between what it takes to succeed in sports, and what it takes to succeed in business, which is why I reached out to right

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