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Your life as a professional track and field athlete is about more than just training hard and winning competitions; it’s about building a business. If you build your business right and manage it properly you will set yourself up for a successful life long after your athletic career is over. However, the process of doing this has been a frustrating and confusing one for many athletes and there hasn’t been a guide to tell you what you need to know, until now…
In her new book, The Oval Office: a 4x Olympian’s Guide to Becoming a Professional Athlete, 3-time Olympic medalist Lauryn Williams provides actionable advice on how you can succeed at building a career as a professional athlete.
WANT TO GO INTO PRO TRACK & FIELD?
4x Olympian Lauryn Williams shares much needed information
When suddenly Lauryn found herself in a position to “go pro”, Lauryn wished that she had a guide to help her navigate the many decisions that came her way throughout her career. Instead, she was left on her own to figure out things like:
When is the right time to turn pro?
Do I really need to hire someone to help manage my career?
What should I look for in a sponsorship contract?
How do I choose a coach and training group?
How do I market myself?
THE ANSWERS YOU ARE LOOKING FOR
There’s a steep learning curve for athletes who are faced with the opportunity to go pro. Lauryn wants to help you avoid the pitfalls that she experienced when growing her career as a professional athlete.
In The Oval Office: a 4x Olympian’s Guide to Becoming a Professional Athlete, Lauryn doesn’t sugarcoat the reality of what you need to do to break through and succeed as a professional track and field athlete. She shares with you the solutions to the stumping questions that you will encounter as you try to start and navigate your career.
This book is a useful resource not just for aspiring athletes but also parents, coaches, and other track enthusiasts.
Learn about contract negotiation, travel do’s and don’ts,
Coaches can learn how to set their athletes up to have the best experience possible.
Parents learn how to support their child as they navigate through the process.
Lauryn shares information on:
How to spot less than desirable contracts
Best practices for choosing an agent
How to handle your social media presence as an athlete
How to earn and keep great sponsorships
Professional track and field is entrepreneurship. You have the talent to have successful performances, this book will help you navigate the business side of things.