Episode #261: "You reap what you sow"! Joel Green has reshaped and defined that saying to include "you can't reap the glory without sowing into the meaning" and he dives into how you can apply that to succeed in life. He is an incredible man that played professional basketball, is an international speaker, and National Director for Nike Sports Camps. Joel wears many hats and succeeds in each area of life due to his powerful mindset and amazing outlook on life. In this episode you will hear how to cultivate courage, the importance of "shake to wake", and how to use his filtering process to win in life. PLEASE listen and share this show with everyone you know! Your business and relationships will be better than ever after listening to Joel. I would be grateful if you would rate, review, and subscribe to the Let's Go Win podcast. Thank you and Let's all Go Win!
Joel Green is CEO of Pro Level Training, the National Director of Nike Sports Camps, a former professional basketball player, and a renowned motivational speaker.
After retiring from his career in professional basketball, Joel Green founded Pro Level Training (PLT), which has become a 7-figure company. In addition to running PLT, Green is also the National Director for Nike Sports Camps as well as an accomplished speaker. He was honored to speak to thousands and deliver his own TED Talk.
Joel Green’s unique differentiator in business and as an individual, is his ability to see life objectively from multiple vantage points. Unfortunate circumstances as a youth helped to groom and refine Joel into adulthood. Growing up in an abandoned home and seeing both sides of life has really helped him to connect with people over time.
A thought leader in the motivational category, Joel Green has a B.A. in Psychology from Rider University, which has helped to fuel his ambition to inspire others. He has developed a reputation for personal excellence and motivational talks that contribute tangible advice for attaining desired goals. Many of the messages he has delivered on are conveyed in his first book, Filtering: The Way to Extract Strength from the Struggle.
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