The Good and Bad in Sports This Week: The social influence of sports figures


HlME8pNH_400x400About David Meltzer:

In his early 20s, David Meltzer was at the top of his game in the business world and lecturing

around the globe. But something was missing, and the multimillionaire went on a rapid downward

spiral that ended in bankruptcy. It was only then that David realized, in order to revive and

thrive, he needed to blend spirituality with business. He started to develop his newfound life and

business outlook as CEO to sports super agent Leigh Steinberg, where he, along with Leigh,

and Warren Moon, negotiated over $2 Billion in sports and entertainment contracts. In addition

to athlete representation, LSSE served as creative and technical consultants on movie and

television projects such as: Jerry Maguire, Any Given Sunday, For The Love Of The Game,

HBO’s Arli$$.

The result of his transformation is the remarkably successful venture – Sports 1 Marketing – that

he began with Hall of Fame Quarterback Warren Moon. Clearly an established corporate leader,

David is using his sports and entertainment contacts to secure lucrative endorsement deals,

sponsorships, corporate equity positions and marketing of over 100 charitable events.

About Connected To Goodness

The common perception of successful sports agents is an aggressive-to-be-effective persona

that is as powerful at negotiating as their athletes are at sports. Being connected to goodness

seems an unlikely goal in either sports agenting or sports marketing, but it is the best un-kept

secret of one of the best sports agents in the business.

Before David found the connection he made and lost millions. Now enormously successful,

he never forgets the value of that connection. Davis’s book is a practical and poignant tool for

actual and worthwhile success in business and in life. David’s book, Connected to Goodness is

available through Amazon, Barnes and Noble and at