All the way from Louisiana, Dana Blair decided she wanted to be a ballerina, and then move to New York City.
She did both.
After moving to New York City and briefly dancing professionally, she got her MBA, and is now in marketing. She worked as a media personality for Essence magazine, and is now working freelance in marketing and media.
Check out her websites at IHaveNeverBeenThatGirl.com and Justdanablair.com
Today's episode is special, because I talk to my former roommate and teammate from the University of Maine, Phil Bofia. Phil and I went through a lot together in our first two seasons of college, and he was a great roommate and teammate.
He now lives in Maine, and is helping to develop his community.
Today is a really special episode because we talk to Troy Barnies. Troy is a Mainer through and through. He was the Mr. Basketball for the state of Maine in high school, which is the top men's basketball player in the state, went to the University of Maine for 4 years, where he became an all-conference player in his senior season, and who has now been playing professionally overseas for the past six seasons.
His story and journey is really inspiring, as you will hear.
Today we talk to Dr. Seth Hickerson, founder of Boost Mental training. Dr. Hickerson was in the Navy and Air Force prior to this, where he learned a lot about mental toughness and leadership, and now helps athlete with the mental part of their lives and careers.
Check him out at aboostabove.com
Today we talk to former NBA basketball player Adonal Foyle. This conversation is really interesting because we talked about one of the biggest issues facing athletes, and that's what they will do once their careers are over.
Adonal helps athletes with this, and also has a number of different ventures and books.
Check him out at AdonalFoyle.com.