Jemele Hill: Athletes Go Broke by Feeling Guilty for Winning “Lottery Ticket” in Life

In this clip, Jemele Hill speaks about athletes going broke after their sports career ends, and she starts out by explaining that a lot of Black athletes have never had a model for managing generational wealth. She went on to speak about athletes being “depreciating assets” from the time they start their sports career, and she added that most NFL careers last less than 5 years. Jemele then addressed the large entourages of some players, and she explained that some of them feel a sense of guilt for winning the “lottery ticket” in life, which you can hear more about above.

How to Protect Yourself from Bad Clients

The dream client rarely exists. So when we do find someone who wants to hire us, we think, “I can make this work.” But we overlook the potential problems and unexpected costs they might create. In this clip, Emily Cohen explains what red flags to look out for in clients and how to protect yourself when you do work with them.

Corona Extra Breaks Silence To Cut Associations With Coronavirus Pandemic – Has Confidence That Drinkers Are Smart Enough To Know Difference

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“We believe, by and large, that consumers understand there’s no linkage between the virus and our business,” Maggie Bowman, the senior communications director at Constellation Brands, Corona’s producer, told Business Insider on Wednesday.

“Corona” in Latin means crown, and the word is the same in Spanish. Corona beer originated in Mexico.

In English, the anatomical term “corona” is used for body parts resembling a crown. Hence, the name “coronavirus” comes from the fact that under a microscope the virus has crown-like spikes protruding from it, as previously reported by Business Insider’s Holly Secon.

Source: Business Insider