David Meltzer is an entrepreneur, motivational speaker, author and philanthropist with extensive experience in the sports and entertainment industry. Working alongside sporting legends such as Warren Moon, he maximizes his client’s marketing and endorsement potential to secure lucrative sponsorships, endorsement deals and business opportunities. His popular book, a top ten national bestseller Connected to Goodness reveals proven principles from manifesting peace, balance and success in both business and life. He often appears on ESPN, Bloomberg, NBC Sports, ABC and more. David is the CEO of Sports 1 Marketing.
Your perspective, my perspective, is our reality. – David Meltzer
There are 2 types of principles that you must have in order to have a purposeful existence. Your imagination principle (inspiration) possibility– what you want and align them to your foundation (your value). Manifestation principle – your possibility becomes a probability. Success Habit: Everyday, say “Thank you” when you wake up and before you go to bed.
David’s One Idea
While David was the CEO of one of the largest sports agency in the world, he felt that that business did not align with his own principles in life. He was looking for something, as a sidepreneur, to improve upon his situation. He realized that his best asset was the relationships that he built. He decided to leverage his relationships to help other people and still make money.
In Sports 1 Marketing, they leverage their relationship capital and bring in the right people with the right ideas to projects. Projects can be anything as long as they help a lot of people, make a lot of money and have a lot of fun. They are surrounded by big sporting events.
♦ First objective every morning is to stay in business for tomorrow.
♦ Use every minute of your time more efficiently (The power of 64) – analyze what you’re doing.
5 Moves To Start A New Business
If they were to start another business today, they would concentrate on these areas:
- Just live by the principle of staying in business for tomorrow.
- Make sure to capitalize correctly
- Don’t hire friends at the early stage.
- Get rid of people in an efficient & effective manner.
- Have a good ability to separate business and life.
Power of Intention by Dr. Wayne Dyer
Secret To Success
Gratitude – it’s so important to wake up every day to be thankful and be forgiving.
Connected to Goodness by David Meltzer