Jeremy Kellem: Why should college students conceptualize who they are before they leave college?

Our next guest, Jeremy Kellem, is the CEO/Founder of a business called W.I.N. which stands for We Impact Now. Through the platform of W.I.N., he is committed to make a life-enriching and life-enhancing impact in the lives of those they work with through life-enriching programs, keynote speaking, mentorship, coaching and much more. Jeremy played 5 years of Professional Football in the Arena Football League (AFL). With every chance he gets, Jeremy uses his platform as a former professional athlete and now as a professional speaker, educator, and TV Sports Analyst to speak to as many kids, teenagers, young adults, and elders as possible. He shares his life, academic, and athletic experiences with them in hopes to encourage them to always keep God first, work hard and never give up on their dreams.

In episode number 280 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out why Jeremy chose Middle Tennessee State University for his undergraduate experience, why he decided to join Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., what it was like to be a professional football player (including 2015 Defensive Back of the Year and 2013, 2014 Arena Bowl Championships), what he learned by interviewing Principals, Deans, Assistant Principals, Teachers, and Social Workers in the Middle Tennessee area, why he decided to be a full time speaker, how students can use the Triple Threat Formula to figure out what they should do with their lives, why college athletes and students should conceptualize who they are before they leave college, and what we can do to remind Fraternity and Sorority members of their oath they took and the values they promised to uphold. Enjoy!