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AUDIO INTERVIEW: Former NBA Pro John Salmons on ‘The Power of the Pivot’ and Other Success Strategies

Courtesy John Salmons Enterprises

Courtesy John Salmons Enterprises

NBA fans will surely know the name John Salmons, who played opposite Derrick Rose for several seasons with the Chicago Bulls where he averaged 18 points a game. Salmons also played with the 76ers, Bucks, Kings and Raptors before finally wrapping up his pro career in 2015 with the Pelicans. He ranks in the top 10% of all time scorers in the history of the NBA and ABA, which is an extraordinary achievement unto itself.

Today, Salmons is the CEO of John Salmons Enterprise, which is a holding company for his diverse array of business interests that includes franchises, film development & production, fashion, real estate and angel investments, and several exploratory concepts in the comic book, entrepreneur and artist development space. He’s an outstanding example of a professional athlete who isn’t resting on the laurels of his athletic endeavors, and is instead thinking outside-the-box to facilitate longer-term prosperity in his life beyond.

Click HERE to listen to my insightful interview with Salmons, in which we discuss his success philosophies and strategies like “The Power of the Pivot,” his “3D Growth Model,” social engineering and much more.

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