It is Spring Training and for many professional baseball players this could mean the opportunity of a lifetime. For others, frustration might continue to grow of what your future holds in baseball. You might have questions on life after baseball or curiosity on what you could be doing on your own if/when retirement takes place. If you believe you are one of these people, there are people who want to help you in your career to improve and feel a sense of confidence and comfortability. If you are considering the choice of transitioning out of baseball and want to chat, I am here and I want to help. Let’s start with a simple conversation. There is no commitment, no money, only action you need to take is filling out the form and I’ll be in touch.
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Founder Message

As Angela Duckworth, author of Grit, guided us, we must rhetorically ask, "Why do naturally talented people frequently fail to reach their potential while other far less gifted individuals go on to achieve amazing things? The secret to outstanding achievement is not talent, but a passionate persistence. In other words, grit."

To me, grit is the hard work. The work beyond the demands of the job or the standards of the responsibility. It's that little extra that pushes you beyond the productivity or status quo. That grit shows your character through courage, resolve, discipline and resilience.

But what about the glue? Grit is great in life (and in sports) but without that adhesive substance bringing materials together, is grit going to show results? It might. Without having those pieces join together, will the productivity we wish to occur, actually take place?

To have grit is the foundational support in striving for greatness. Grit will take your motor and rev your engine more than your natural talent could have provided you, but glue will tie the loose ends by fastening them together with a completely cohesive strategy that will produce results you can be proud of and that is why we have Grit & Glue.

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