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UGA football great Rennie Curran is our guest for episode 7 of The Chris Craft Show. We had an inspiring conversation about football, Coach Mark Richt, what it takes to be great, book writing, and his business and life coaching firm. Enjoy the show!
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Rennie is an author, speaker, life & business coach, and former professional athlete who uses his platform to inspire those around him to reach their fullest potential. His experiences of overcoming many circumstances to reach his childhood dream of becoming 3-time All American at The University of Georgia, permanent team captain, a 3rd round draft pick in the 2010 NFL Draft (Tennessee Titans), and transitioning into starting his own business gives him a unique perspective on what it takes to handle adversity and maximize opportunities while having a positive impact on others. Through his innovative presentations he teaches organizations how to transform their lives and their business through leadership and personal development.
Rennie has been counseling and inspiring people for many years. In 2013 he published a motivational self-help book entitled Free Agent: The Perspectives of a Young African American Athlete. This motivational self-help book discusses how to overcome adversity and times of transition that we all face along our journey to achieve our dreams.
He has been featured on USA Today, Fox Sports, ESPN College GameDay and The Huffington Post.
When Rennie is not speaking, coaching, or writing he is usually catching up on one his favorite hobbies: music. He grew up playing the piano, drums, and viola. He is also a public servant who spends lots of time giving back through several organizations including: Boys and Girls Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, ALS Foundation, Boys Scouts of America, and many more! Curran is a man of faith, humility, integrity, and resilience.
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