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  1. Collegiate Athletes Guide to The NFL Combine & Professional Tryouts

    by Ramez Shamieh 01-10-2010 09:29 PM Trusted Athlete Educator | Athlete Career Development

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    This guide is dedicated to football athletes who are attempting to make a professional team at a tryout or are invited to participate in the NFL scouting combine.

     

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  2. Reputation Rehab: Gilbert Arenas, Mike Leach, and Charlie Sheen “Hey, What Did I Do Wrong?”

    by Wesley Mallette 01-09-2010 12:46 PM Public Relations | Trusted Athlete Educator | Crisis Management | Image Branding

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    Seven steps toward Reputation Rehab.

     

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  3. Pitfalls Facing NBA Player Charities

    by Sal Sanchez 11-16-2009 12:05 AM Philanthropy | Trusted Athlete Educator | Legal

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    The lesson from this is do not rush into setting up a foundation without first doing your research, having a team of capable professionals in place, and making sure that all the rules are being followed and the entity is properly funded. But most importantly, if you are going to start your own foundation, find a cause that you are passionate about so that you will be driven to make a difference.

     

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  4. Protecting an athlete's (or even your) online identity

    by Joey Kirk 11-10-2009 11:57 PM Social Media | Trusted Athlete Educator | Image Branding | Legal

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    Chris Bosh's big win against a Cybersquatter and what it means for athletes.

     

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  5. Will Michael Crabtree live up to the hype?

    by Matthew Allinson 10-25-2009 11:03 PM Trusted Athlete Educator | Athlete Representation

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    A look at Michael Crabtree's decision to holdout for 71 days.

     

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  6. It Starts With Passion

    by Allison Collinger 10-09-2009 12:08 AM Philanthropy | Trusted Athlete Educator

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    You can make a tremendous difference by focusing on one cause where you have passion - stick to it and make a difference!

     

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  7. To Tweet or not to Tweet

    by Joey Kirk 10-05-2009 01:06 AM Social Media | Trusted Athlete Educator

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    College athletes, Twitter, and how it should be used.

     

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  8. Awe, ain't dat 'Tweet'?

    by Helen Horvath 09-27-2009 06:11 PM Social Media | Trusted Athlete Educator | Image Branding

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    The fact is that social networking through Twitter and Facebook have their place in the development of an athlete's brand. It is the quality of the information that is posted that makes these sites valuable to brand development. At the same time, the brand that is created can be killed faster than a speeding bullet by a statement made on a social networking site. Simply put, think before you type or you may be tomorrow's headline.

     

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  9. Michael Beasley: Man-Up and Play Ball

    by Susan Zaro 09-26-2009 03:23 PM Trusted Athlete Educator

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    Sports Psychology Consultant, Susan Zaro, writes an open letter to NBA player Michael Beasley after his recent stay in a rehab facility, providing him with a 10-step plan for professional success.

     

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  10. Reputation Rehab: Is Michael Vick Redeemable?

    by Wesley Mallette 08-26-2009 12:36 AM Public Relations | Trusted Athlete Educator

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    Seven Key Tips for Number 7's PR Road to Recovery

     

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