THIS IS EPISODE 403 OF THE SPORTS SPECTRUM PODCAST
Rennie Curran is an author, speaker, podcast host and the CEO of Game Changer Coaching, whose mission is to help business professionals and elite athletes reach their fullest potential through personal development workshops and one-on-one coaching in order to improve leadership and career performance.
Prior to his business career, Curran was an All-American linebacker with the Georgia Bulldogs from 2007-09. He was selected in the third round of the 2010 NFL Drafty by the Titans (97th overall) and played two seasons with Tennessee before moving to the CFL, where he played three more seasons before retiring.
His book, “The Perspectives of a Young African American Athlete”, was released when Curran was just 23 years old in 2012.
On this episode of the podcast, we talk to Curran about his football journey, his struggles with identity, his first meeting with coach Mark Richt, dealing with disappointment, and having a personal board of directors.
Nobody can tell me God isn’t real. To think that the youngest son of Liberian Immigrants is now going to associated with “Hall of Fame” is unreal. I can’t help but to get emotional when I think about the journey… pic.twitter.com/rkIjYTt8uG
— Rennie Flomo Curran (@RennieCurran53) March 21, 2019