The Five Daily Practices Guaranteed to Change Your Life with David Meltzer of Sports 1 Marketing
David Meltzer is the Co-founder of Sports 1 Marketing with Hall of Fame Quarterback Warren Moon. David formerly served as CEO of the renowned Leigh Steinberg Sports & Entertainment agency, which was the inspiration for the movie Jerry Maguire. In his early 20s, David quickly rose in the business world, becoming a millionaire. In his 30s as a multimillionaire, a chain of events caused a rapid downward spiral that ended in bankruptcy. He has since emerged to even more rewarding heights. He is now an international best-selling author and the executive producer of Elevator Pitch and Bloomberg TV and Amazon Prime television series 2 Minute Drill. Some of David’s books include Game Time Decision Making, Connected to Goodness, and Compassionate Capitalism. David is also the host of The Playbook podcast, where he has had guests from Dan Akroyd to Ray Lewis and many more. In this episode… When things go uncontrollably wrong for you, do you consider it a mountain you need to get over, go under, go through, or around? What if you embraced it and asked, 'what did I do to attract this to myself, and what am I supposed to learn?' David Meltzer took that same approach to save his marriage and bounce back when he lost millions and went bankrupt. He knew he had to take stock of who he was, what he wanted to become, and how to get there. Unfortunately, not many people do that, so they lead a life of liability, blame, shame, and justification. They suffer from the fear of missing out and the fear of other people's opinions. The good news is you can change all of that by learning and applying these five daily practices that changed David's life. So what are these daily practices, and what are the values that drive them? Listen to this episode of the Inspired Insider Podcast with Dr. Jeremy Weisz, featuring David Meltzer of Sports 1 Marketing, to discover the five daily practices that can change your life. They discuss how David developed these practices and how his mother played a pivotal role in their creation. David also shares lessons he's learned from his mentors so far. You don’t want to miss it!