03 Feb The Real MVPs: Consider a Former Student Athlete for Your Next Hire
“Congratulations InXathlete for being published in Money Inc.”
Sara Haslem Davis, Money Inc.
February 03, 2018
For some former professional athletes, the hard work and dedication doesn’t end when they decide to retire their number. The world has no shortage of former athletes turned entrepreneurs that made a name for themselves after they’ve left the field. From former-boxer George Foreman’s line of cooking products to Hall of Fame quarterback Roger Staubach’s real estate firm, professional athletes have proven time and again they have the grit and gumption to be successful once their athletic career is over.
However, these characteristics develop in an athlete long before they are offered a professional athletic contract
If you ever participated in organized athletics when you were growing up, you are undoubtedly familiar with the trials of striking equilibrium between school and athletic obligations. As it turns out, it is these high-caliber individuals that are the real movers and shakers in the business world. These are the people you should want to hire. And one Colorado-based company, InXAthlete, is working to strengthen the connection between employers and former student-athletes on the job hunt.
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