Your value and identity as an athlete has an expiration date!

We can’t escape old age!

We can’t escape our body breaking down as the reality of time, injury and bad luck creep up on us and guides us away from our time as an athlete.

Whether you experienced, glory, pain, loss or even fame and fortune, the end of your time as an athlete will come to and end.

So now what?

Firstly you have to accept the journey as an athlete has ended and your identity and VALUE of an athlete is no longer in demand as it once once.

Not only will you lose a substantial amount of income and rewards, but your mind will become confused and disorientated as the transition into something else begins.

Your new life suddenly has no room for what you’ve spent a large part of your life doing!

There are now so many questions…

What will I do now?

How will I generate income to live?

Who am I?

Who am I?

Who am I?

Your value and identity has been lost.

But that doesn’t mean you have no value or identity!

It just means this…

“YOU HAVE VALUE TO GIVE BACK AND A NEW IDENTITY TO CREATE”

Some former athletes become commentators, some pundits, some coaches, some buy franchise’s in coffee shops, some invest in construction and education, but some fall into hardship.

I need you to know this…

YOUR VALUE AND IDENTITY AS AN ATHLETE DOES HAVE AN EXPIRATION DATE!

SO PLEASE PLAN AHEAD.

Invest in your future while you have the finances and resources and connections to do so.

Give yourself the best chance to create a new value and identity so your transition from athlete to (Insert your new identity) a smooth and successful one!


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