Essay On Sports Agent

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Imagine being stuck with a deadlock job and having to go to work every day for 9 hours with extra hours of commuting on top of it all. Call me crazy, but I have never met anyone who wants that for their career. Life is too short to be unhappy with your job occupation, this is why choosing a career is one of the most significant decisions that a person makes in their life. Loving what you do for a career makes it as if it's not a job, but rather something you look forward to every day while bringing you happiness. Sports for me has always been something that brings me joy, especially when it involves professional athletes, traveling, and handling business/legal deals. As sports have developed into a multi-million dollar industry, there has been a huge increase in the number of people desiring to represent professional athletes. After reading articles and conducting an interview with one of the best sports agents in…show more content…
“The challenge faced by the person trying to choose a career involves figuring out what job is the best fit for the kind of person he or she is.” (93) Robin S. Rosenberg says in “When I Grow Up I Want to be a Superhero”. Many different things have lead to my decision of being a sports agent. All my life I have been surrounded by sports such as baseball, football, basketball, hockey, and golf. But it wasn’t until my Junior year when I broke my leg during a football game that I looked at the different perspectives that sports have to offer. After countless hours of being around athletics, I met one of the most impactful sports agents in the world, Greg Genske. I then landed an internship for his company “The Legacy Sports Agency” based out of Newport Beach where I learn day by day the ins and outs of the sports

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