I realized when I was 8 that I'd never be good enough to make it in Hollywood or play pro sports. So when I heard a sportscaster say on TV once that getting to broadcast all these games was the best job in the world -- that sounded like a good Plan B!
Since then, I've gone from my first radio job paying $500/month to covering some of the biggest names in sports, lifestyle, and pop culture for places like The Hollywood Reporter, New York Mets, and Guinness World Records. You can get my full bio and credentials here.
But the bottom line: I wish I had somebody still active in the business able to help me when I got started. And since I love coaching aspiring talent, this is my way to pay it forward to all the other failed 8-year-old athletes, actors, and musicians out there.