Heavyweight Boxer | B.A. Physics | Author | Speaker
Record Date: 10/2/18
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- Building a Strategy
- Learn the Fundamentals First
- Boxing Coaches vs Trading Mentors
- Executing After Getting Punched in the Face
- Testing Yourself
- Getting Sober from Alcohol
- Maintaining a Positive Attitude & Having an Open Mind
- College Degrees
- Making Meaningful Changes in Your Life
Q. Who has influenced your life the most and why?
A. Not anyone in particular, but as of late it’s Richard Furman
Q. Is boxing, poker, or chess the best analogy for life
A. They all have their place, but Boxing because getting hurt is part of life and you have to learn how to keep on going.
Q. What was one of the hardest things you’ve had to overcome in your boxing career?
A. Not having any backing as an outcoming pro. Had to figure out how to get good without the people around to help.
Q. How has your daily routine evolved over the years?
A. Much bigger advocate of sleep.
Q. What is one attribute that you believe every athlete/trader/chess player should have?
Q. Favorite Book you’ve read lately?
A. Skin in the Game
Q. What’s the best advice you’ve received about being a boxer?
A. Put down the bottle for the rest of your career.
Q. If you could give the younger you advice what would it be?
A. Don’t drink
Q. What’s your favorite thing to do when you’re not working?
A. Going to the Movies