WCN Announces the Launch of “K.N.O.W.” KNOWLEDGE NETWORK OFFERING WISDOM For Athletes

Via Scoop.itToday’s Transmedia Sports

K.N.O.W. LLC   Founded in 2009 by business, athletic and financial experts, K.N.O.W, LLC is a support management, one-stop consulting firm of experts dedicated to providing services to the athletic industry. A network of highly skilled consultants provide necessary services (knowledge, skills and wisdom) to young professionals selected into the National Football League (NFL), National Basketball Association (NBA), and for any other professionals requiring the need for such services.   @wcntv Commentary: As a new writer for Sports Life Magazine and a personal associate of K.N.O.W. President Monica Morton, I am happy to report the launch of this new venture. This important organization is most likely the first Consultancy of its kind for Sports Athletes and most importantly, their families. My People perish from a lack of knowledge “Hosea 4:6″, says the good book and it is that lack of knowledge we hear with story after story of Athletes going broke after their short careers in professional sports.   This powerful consulting firm has been created to educate and provide the tools necessary at the NCAA Level to make sure Athletes are equipped with the life skills needed long after the lights at arenas and careers begin to dim. Any Athlete, anywhere in the world should Follow, Tweet and Share to get this information into the hands of the Sports Community at large.   Stay tuned to WCN and read more at http://www.knowllc.net. And, if you don’t “know” K.N.O.W LLC, now you do! Right from the start: Protect yourself, your earning potential and, of course, your future.
Via www.knowllc.net

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2 thoughts on “WCN Announces the Launch of “K.N.O.W.” KNOWLEDGE NETWORK OFFERING WISDOM For Athletes

  1. Pingback: WCN Annouces the Launch of “KNOW” KNOWLEDGE NETWORK OFFERING WISDOM For Athletes « WCN TRANSMEDIA GROUP

  2. This will be an important resource. You are correct when you say that the families of athletes need some of this information as well.
    Will you also be providing assistance to disabled athletes who are active in their sport (wheelchair tennis or basketball) or athletes who become disabled during their career?

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