Today’s main character is Evan Odeseye. Born in Staten Island, New York to a single mother, Evan’s upbringing instilled in him a hustler’s ambition that has served him well personally and professionally. A diversely intelligent, creative-minded entrepreneur, Evan is dedicated to building the lifestyle he envisions for himself and those around him. While competing as division 1 scholarship athlete, Evan earned two bachelor degrees of science in business marketing, and business management from Wagner College. His time as a collegiate athlete not only nurtured his passion for football, but it revealed to him the business side of sports. As CEO and founder of Unrestricted Sports and Entertainment Management, and First Love Yourself, Evan works to create strong marketing programs for professional athletes on and off the filed.
IN THIS EPISODE EVAN SHARES:
- What inspired him to start his clothing line, First Love Yourself
- The value of learning all aspects of your business
- How being a personal assistant has helped him as an entrepreneur
- Why he was willing to work for free for 12 months
- How he’s able to relate to today’s professional athlete
- How to develop mutually beneficial relationships in business
- What characteristics of athletes are transferable to entrepreneurship
- Why he decided to get off social media for 3 months
- What question every entrepreneur should ask themselves everyday
- The biggest misconception of entrepreneurship
“I told him he didn’t have to pay me.
“Don’t get pimped out by the NFL.
“How can I get better?
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