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A Frugal Athlete Podcast Network is an audio channel hosted by founder, Amobi Okugo. This podcast is meant to provide an insiders look into the financial playbooks of professional athletes, give insights on what it means to be a frugal athlete, and discuss topics regarding all things sports business Follow us: Instagram: www.instagram.com/afrugalathlete Twitter: www.twitter.com/FrugalAthlete LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/a-frugal-athlete/ Follow Amobi Okugo [Founder]: Instagram: www.ins ...
 
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In 2018 I became a free agent. Being a free agent is not something anyone prepares for. Here is what I would have done in hindsight. As athletes you can never be too prepared for what may come next. Here is what I would have done if I were to be in that free agency situation again. For more information on how to make, manage, and multiply your mone…
 
NIL has changed the game for student athletes as we know it. I went to UCLA when it wasn't around but had I been going to UCLA this upcoming fall this is what I would have done to maximize my NIL opportunity. For more information on how to make, manage, and multiply your money check out our website at www.afrugalathlete.com…
 
My honest take on what life has been like since "retiring" from professional soccer. I give insights, action items, and lessons learned 6 months into retirement. For more information on how to make, manage, and multiply your money check out our website at www.afrugalathlete.com
 
Josiah Aston is a Ramsey Preferred Coach and co-founder of Financial Hope Services, a business dedicated to helping people live in abundance and blessing. Along with his wife and two children, Josiah resides in Elk Grove, CA. His other interests include music, leadership, church ministry, motorcycling, and rock-climbing. In this episode we talk abo…
 
It's been a year with NIL taking college sports by storm. In this episode, Amobi breaks down what he's learned about NIL and where NIL will go moving forward. Amobi highlights how financial literacy is still lacking in the NIL space and what measures need to take place. For more information on how to make, manage, and multiply your money check out …
 
In this episode we have a chance to have a candid sit down with one of the most well connected managers in sports. Don Ford is an athlete manager for FiftyOne MGMT. In this episode, Don gives us an honest take on all the things behind what makes an athlete successful and not so successful and how managers can help or hinder the progress. Don provid…
 
In this episode, we interview Reid Meyer. Reid is the co-founder and CEO of Athletes to Athletes, a college advising company for high school student-athletes. Reid used his past experiences and insights to help the next generation of talent understand the nuances around college. . In this episode, we touch on the hidden cost around college, how to …
 
In this episode we interview Katelyn Fischer. Katelyn currently works at the University of Pittsburgh athletics department as the Director of Business Services. Prior to her arrival at Pitt, Fischer was the Coordinator of Business Operations at the University of Maryland from 2019-2021. As an advocate of financial literacy, she also began presentin…
 
In this episode we interview Ryan Schachtner. Ryan is a former collegiate baseball player and major league prospect that was forced into an early retirement by a career ending shoulder injury. With his dreams of going pro suddenly over and mediocre academic performance to fall back on, Ryan decided to make a game out of life. After COVID pressed th…
 
In this episode we interview Brandon Rhodes. Brandon is a Forbes 30 U 30 recipient and VP of Biz Development with Overtime. He's also an entrepreneur having cofounded Hella Awkward card games. In this episode, we talk about how Brandon was able to carve out his lane in the sports business space, the power of going creating what you want, how athlet…
 
In this episode, we have the fortunate pleasure of interviewing Julian Valentin. Julian is currently the head of branding + athlete marketing for top NIL company, Opendorse. After an extensive professional soccer carer, Julian transitioned into the sports branding and digital marketing space and quickly became a go to subject matter expert and voic…
 
In this episode we had the pleasure of interviewing stand out student athlete Chase Griffin. Chase Griffin is a student athlete at UCLA who has been a great model of how to navigate the world of NIL. In this episode, we talk to Chase about his journey and how he navigates school, sports, and NIL. Chase shares his approach to doing deals and partner…
 
In this episode we have the luxury of having previous guest Justin Bass on the show. Justin has been an early supporter of Frugal Athlete and long standing advocate for financial literacy. He is a wealth advisor for top athletes and entertainers. In this episode we talk about the current landscape of athletes as they dive into different ventures, w…
 
In this episode we interview Dephanie Adeyemi. Dephanie is the founder of Ninety8Percent, a platform that helps provide resources and support for the 98% of student athletes that don't go pro in sports but pro in life. We speak on her journey as a student athlete and what it was like to transition as after playing into the tech space. Dephanie give…
 
In this episode we interview Rennie Curran. Rennie Curran is a keynote speaker, author, leadership and business coach after playing in the NFL. Rennie uses his experiences to help others get inspired in their own endeavors. We speak to Rennie about his transition from playing to building a business and what advice he has for athletes from a financi…
 
In this episode we interview Ariassa Wilson aka Coach Rees. Coach Rees is a retired basketball player that has used her experience to build a conglomerate of business ventures one being Taskletes a platform that allows student athletes to make money by completing tasks and services. In this episode, we speak to Ariassa about her journey and transit…
 
In this episode, we interview Rob Connolly. Rob is the founder of Meetlete an app that allows athletes to engage live with their fans. In this episode we talk about Rob's journey into entrepreneurship, how Meetlete is helping athletes with fan engagement, and the importance multiple streams of income is to building true financial stability. Downloa…
 
In this episode we interview Jared Kleinstein. Jared is the founder of Fresh Tape Media and Gondola, a creative marketing production agency and tech software platform for digital creators respectively. In this episode we uncover Jared's unique journey to entrepreneurship, the power of networking and saying yes, how athletes can best build unique br…
 
In this episode we interview James Walker. James Walker is a former longtime sports reporter, including a decade at ESPN from 2008-2018, now head of Sports and Entertainment for Adeptus CPAs. We talk about James transition and what he learned from athletes during his time as a reporter and how he applies it what he does now. We also talk about the …
 
In this episode we interview Quentin "Q" Williams on the true definition of completion as an athlete. Quentin (Q) Williams is a men’s coach for current and retired athletes, bringing clarity, brotherhood, and accountability to men’s deepest mission after sport. As the creator of the World Class Method, Q is a leading authority on male athlete menta…
 
In this episode, we interview Pat Curran. Pat is the cofounder of Curran Media, a sports and entertainment branding and marketing firm. Pat a former collegiate student athlete uses his experiences and insights to share the ways athletes can win now through their content. Pat gives examples and take always on the best practices successful athletes a…
 
In this episode, we interview Walter Holland. Walter is a sports executive and sports agent/manager helping women athletes maximize their earnings and opportunities off the court. After seeing the trials and tribulations first hand and having the dream to give the same platform for his daughter he was moved to start a sports agency. In this episode…
 
In this episode, we have Julian Aiken. Tech executive and athlete management/partnerships advisor for PWRFWD. Julian shares how he transitioned from college basketball to where he is now. We also uncover how athletes can best take advantage of their platform and how PWRFWD is helping athletes do just that. Julian gives his blueprint on what and wha…
 
In this episode, we interview JR Butler. JR stems from a storied hockey family and is a former star hockey collegiate athlete himself. After losing his way he found his footing in software sales and hasn't looked back since. JR is currently the Chief Revenue Office at Pillir, he shaped the strategy for bringing to market a disruptive approach to de…
 
In this episode, we speak to the executive team at Magma Capital Funds. Gershie Vann and Richard Hunter give us an inside look on the inner workings of what a hedge fund is. We also discuss different strategies around finance, how athletes can better manager their money with smart long term planning, and understanding complex terms simpler. Get our…
 
In this episode, we interview Ronnie Brown and Marc Isenberg on what it takes to become a Financial Pro. Ronnie Brown and Marc Isenberg are two of the most respected gentlemen in the athlete money management game and both come from very esteemed background. Ronnie was the #2 pick in the 2005 NFL draft and went on to have an illustrious career befor…
 
In this episode, we interview Kyle Depiesse. Kyle is a former corporate executive turned stay at home dad and entrepreneur. Kyle shares his journey on everything from what it was like leaving his job, to starting a business, to different financial lessons he's learned. We discuss the difference between success and fulfillment and why financial clar…
 
In the first episode of 2022, we focus on building your authentic brand with DP Knudten. DP’s worked on some of the biggest brands in the business including Coca-Cola®, The Athlete’s Foot®, and ClosetMaid®. He is the author of NONFICTION BRAND—Discover, craft and communicate the ‘completely true / completely you’ brand you already are,” and co-auth…
 
Lessons From Favorite Podcasts of 2021 Jonathan Perrin 3 Buckets of Money -Today -Tommorow -Forever Kelly Oubre Sr Time > Money Clarifiers vs Justifiers Devon Kennard Shoot Your Shot for Deals Cash Flow Team Investing David Thomas 4 risks buckets to insurance Transfer Reduce It Avoid it Self Insure Ibrahim “How do you minimize your regrets today fo…
 
Part 2 of our 4 part end of the year analysis, we break down the systems we use to help us run and scale our operation. We also give you some insights into how we see the future moving forward. Platforms To Help System Business Airtable https://airtable.com/invite/r/GF5Ynso0 Slack Google Drive Dropbox…
 
Breaking down the year from a business perspective with our COO, Adrian Camargo In this episode, we talk about what went right and what went wrong and how 2021 was a transformative year for our business Adrian Camargo information https://adriancamargo.com/ Rookie Mistakes https://afrugalathlete.thinkific.com/courses/rookie-mistakes…
 
In this episode we interview Michael Seabrook. Michael is the founder of Brookline Sports, a sports management firm that helps athletes with everything on and off the field. Michael shares his journey in the sports business space and what it's really like to make yourself known in such a tough space. Michael shares his insights on what makes athlet…
 
In this episode, we speak to Mike Thomas on all things insurance. As athletes it's vital you take care of yourself by protecting your assets. Mike breaks down his journey from the NFL to the financial space and how athletes can best build a true financial legacy. Get our Rookie Mistakes course to help you avoid the common mistakes young athletes ma…
 
In this episode, we interview Taj Dashaun. Taj Dashaun is a former Division-1 college football player for Stony Brook University. When his football career ended, Taj struggled heavily with depression. Because he was so focused on the game, he never fully developed a clear vision for his life. After several years of stumbling around in the emotional…
 
In this episode we interview Daria Luchessi. Daria is as inspirational as they come. Daria is a former All American, DI Lacrosse player having graduated in May 2021. As a full time student athlete she won a national championship, 3 CAA conference titles, & founded 3 companies. In 2018, she founded a Lacrosse Training Company, Lacrosse Tutor, coachi…
 
In this episode, we interview Michelle Meyer. Michelle is the founder of NIL Network a one stop hub for everything within Name, Image, and Likeness within NCAA. Michelle breaks down the history and background behind NIL Network and how student athletes and stakeholders can best navigate this new phenomenon the right way. To follow and learn more ab…
 
In this episode we interview Andy Robbins. Andy founded Oyster, the Portland based leadership development company in 2016 following a 25 year career at Intel Corporation. He works with leaders and their teams, from start-ups to large corporations to help them successfully navigate the increasing pace of change and disruption challenging all busines…
 
In this episode, we interview former Northwestern student athlete Zack Oliver on all things NIL and his journey as a businessman with Matchpoint connection. We hear about his time as a student athlete to working in finance to becoming an investor and all the way up to what he's doing now in the brand + NIL space with his company, Matchpoint. Zack g…
 
In this episode, we interview Joseph Genovesi. Joseph is the Founder and CEO of Balanced Bridge, a company that helps businesses and individuals "bridge the gap" between where you are and where you want to be by helping you improve your cash flow with our specialty finance solutions. Joseph shares insights behind his business, the services they pro…
 
In this episode, we interview Jared Eummer. Jared Eummer is a young entrepreneur who has a demonstrated history of delivering high level partnerships across several different platforms and industries. Graduate of coveted HBCU Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University; Jared got his start in marketing early on as a Venture for America Fellow, a…
 
In this episode, we interview Patrick McGinnis. Patrick J. McGinnis is a venture capitalist who coined the term FOMO while he was a student at Harvard Business School. He is the author of Fear of Missing Out: Practical Decision-Making in a World of Overwhelming Choice and the host of the hit podcast FOMO Sapiens. In this episode, we talk about how …
 
In this episode, we interview Tesho Akindele. Tesho is an MLS professional soccer veteran who has maximized his time off the field with different ventures and continued learning. Tesho plays for the Canadian national team and Orlando City SC after originally being drafted to Fc Dallas. He completed his undergrad and masters in finance while playing…
 
In this episode, we interview Chris Singleton. Chris Singleton is a former professional athlete drafted by the Chicago Cubs in 2017. Following the loss of his mother in a racially motivated mass shooting, Chris has now become an inspirational speaker and best-selling author who has shared his message of unity and racial reconciliation with clients …
 
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