College and elite level athletes are often characterized as entitled, selfish, and transactional when it comes to relationships. The truth is, most athletes don't know how to use their influence but more importantly, they don't know how to align their purpose with their passion and what adjustments need to be made to their character when they start to transition into the real world.
However, these athletes have something inside of them that sets them apart from most people. They know the importance of sacrifice, focus, determination, hard work & discipline. These attributes when applied in everyday life and linked to their foundation of knowing who they are can help them have success in any arena when they finish playing their sport.
"If you have ever had the pleasure of interacting with Alex Molden, this book is a written experience of that interaction. His positivity, experience, and passion to teach, learn and grow is all in this book. Pull up a chair, take some notes and get ready for some real talk! You can’t make up the experience he has gone through and his willingness to share is invaluable and motivating."
“Through real life experiences as a successful professional athlete, Alex does a wonderful job of penning a step by step guide on how to be highly successful in life. The stories and lessons that he learned and passing along are valuable and could be used as tools for success in any facet of life. Well written, insightful. Highly recommend.”
“Alex has the rare ability to take skills that are seemingly only applicable in the context of sports and apply them to all facets of life. The skills and mindset discussed in this book will prove to be extremely valuable to all who wish to better themselves.”
You have climbed to the top of the mountain. You are an athlete who has done some phenomenal things. You know what it takes to lead and win. But what do you do when it’s time to transition out of the sports arena (or off the field) and join the “real world?” So much of what you’ve done on your platform was cheered and sometimes jeered. Your character has been intertwined with your athletic ability since you were a kid, and once you exit(ed) your sport, you find yourself lost.
This is where I come in. I work with athletes, celebrities, entrepreneurs, and Fortune 500 executives to align their purpose with their passion, assigning whom they want to become and where they want to go. I then help uncover beneficial character and relationship adjustments so they can live their life to the fullest.
I love spending time with my wife and our eight children playing hoops, golfing, and smashing them in table tennis, foosball, and/or dominoes.