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Or rather, I have something to say that I believe in. You be the one to say the tough stuff. There is a cruel wind blowing through our business. But here is the truth. We are less ourselves than we were when we started this organization. Sports Management International began as a small company. But a young man came to me, and his name was Bill Apodaca.
Before long I was overseeing the business of another member of the Falcons, and two baseball players. The nuances and the small miracles of professional sports would soon hook me — there was something simple and perfect about the way a stadium felt.
And I remember the conversation Mr. Scully and I had by an elevator, standing next to one of those sand-filled ashtray posts, right before he hired me as one of the first agents in this company. Tonight, I find those words guiding me back to an important place, and an important truth.
I care very much about the fact that I have learned to care less. Now our company is one of the top three in this business, and we represent over a thousand athletes. The business of sports has never been bigger, or tougher, or more written about. And we are at the forefront. It is beyond the easy arguments waged against sports, and our business on the editorial pages of the New York Times. Louis, or the Cleveland Browns moving to… someplace.
We are losing our battle with all that is personal and real about our business. Every day I can look at a list of phone calls only partially returned. Driving home, I think of what was not accomplished, instead of what was accomplished. The gnawing feeling continues.
We are pushing numbers around, doing our best, but is there any real satisfaction in success without pride? Is there any real satisfaction in a success that exists only when we push the messiness of real human contact from our lives and minds?
When we learn not to care enough about the very guy we promised the world to, just to get him to sign. There is a good bet that I will erase all of this from my laptop, and you will never read it. I was unable to forget the quiet questions in the hallways, when some of you, usually the younger agents, or interns, asked me on the side: And if you ever wondered about the drawbacks of being quiet about important things, talk to yourself in the mirror some time, say the truth.
Yell the truth to yourself, when no one is listening. See how good it feels? My father worked for the United Way for 38 years. One of the things my father said was: Crisis is a powerful point of transformation.
We are now at a point of transformation with this company. But this is not something to fear, it is something to celebrate. Because I come to you tonight, looking out at the dark Miami skyline, not only with a challenge.
I come to you with answers too. Right now we are a breaking point with our client list. We are not so huge that we must hire more agents, and not so small that we have not experienced huge success.
We are at a point of nuetrality. We are all, right now, nuetral. Nuetral, as in not black or white. Not bad or good. Even in my own life, after 35 years, I feel that I have never done that one thing, that noble thing that defines a life. Even writing this Mission Statement is odd for me. I am used to flying below the radar, enjoying my life and friends. But I have not been truly tested.
I have not gone to India to explore my life, as my brother has. I have not been in a major car accident, or fathered a child. I have not created a life, nor have I killed anyone.
I have broken even with my life. I have a nice home, a nice car, a fiancee who makes my heart race. But I have not taken that step, or risk, that makes the air I have breathed for 35 years worthwhile. I once had a yellow couch. I got rid of it because it was nuetral. My life is now like that yellow couch.
And yet, as I sit here in the wonderful Miami Hilton, I have never been so happy to be alive. Later I will spend a weekend reading real books, not just magazines.
Later I will visit my grandmother who is and unable to really know the difference. Later I will visit the clients whose careers are over, but of course I promised to stay in touch.
Later later later later. Make no mistake, I am a huge fan of success. But tonight, I propose a better kind of success. I could be wrong, but if you keep reading and I keep writing, we might get there together. Sports Management International, founded in , was dedicated to the then-rock solid notion that athletes deserve a decent home with decent pay. The original client roster existed of four athletes, one of them was the first American Frisbee Champion, Chester Savage, who was actually born in Australia.
Now of course we all know that we possess the job of the decade. Last year, when a poll of college students was taken, our occupation, Sports Agent or Sports Attorney ranked number two to Rock Star. But rock stars, like sports stars, have a limited time in the spotlight. Nobody likes an old lineman or a bald rock star.
He died gloriously, right by the B gates, a happy man who had actually written a book called A Happy Life. Taken by a heart attack, he left a loving wife and family, and a home next door to his first client. And to those young agents who never met him, Dicky Fox always said the same thing when asked for his secret. To some, that brings with it the image of a Slickster.
Someone profiting off the efforts of others. He is often successful in acquiring athletes, but none for very long. Privately, an agent can be a father, a friend, an inspiring force in the life of a young man or woman. We are sometimes as important as priests or poets, but until we dedicate ourselves to worthier goals than getting a illegal phone number, we are poets of emptiness. Somehow all this has been bubbling up inside me. A man is the sum total of his experiences.
And it is now that I am interested in shaping the experiences to come. What is the future of what we do? Give me a goal, and I will achieve it. That has been my secret design for most of my life. Perhaps you are the same. How can we do something surprising, and memorable with our lives? How can we turn this job, in small but important ways, into a better representation of ourselves?
Most of us would easily say that we are our jobs. It is about us. How do we wish to define our lives? Is it important to be a Person and not just a slave to the commerce of Professional Sport? Do we want to be Remembered? At 35, I was blown away that I had no answer.
And the feeling I had, and have now, is pushing me forward, writing this Mission Statement. What am I doing? I must erase this entire document. My dad was one of the good guys. He studied at West Point, went to Korea in the conflict there. Later, he left a glittering life in the military to move to California, because my mother did not take well to the army life.
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