Why is this book and seminar important for every college student-athlete?
From the Foreword by Coach Mack Brown
“Most athletes’ lives have been regulated since high school, and when they get to college, it’s regulated more. What they eat, when they eat, when they sleep, and where and when they have to be at practice and class are things they never had to think about. After college, they are now thrust into a world without regulation, and it’s up to them to figure it out and make something of it. I recommend this book as the first step in navigating this unknown journey in which they now find themselves.”
Head Football Coach, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
College Football Hall of Fame, Class of 2018
Career Launch Formula
Meet with a broad range of professionals and ask them the basic discovery questions.
Perform internships and have “days in the field” to determine your professional passion.
Have deeper discovery meetings and seek more internships in your chosen field.
Follow up with every professional you meet to keep top-of-mind awareness.
Use the relationships you’ve built to launch your dream career.
Andy Dinkin is a commercial real estate broker and entrepreneur. He was a football scholarship athlete at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill playing under Coach Mack Brown. His athletic experience shaped the principles by which he lives: honesty, teamwork, and having a positive attitude. Andy is a member of the Rotary Club of Charlotte, the Metrolina Business Council, and the Charlotte Region Commercial Board of Realtors. He serves on the board of the Charlotte Torah Center and previously served on the board of Girls on the Run International. In his free time, he enjoys attending Bruce Springsteen concerts, taking road trips to Chapel Hill, losing his fantasy football league, playing with his kids, and completing his wife’s honey‑do list.