90: NFL All Pro Turned Startup Entrepreneur and Philanthropist, Keith Bulluck

Keith Bulluck (kbull53) is a retired NFL football player turned startup entrepreneur. Keith is a former NFL All Pro with the Tennessee Titans. He was drafted by the Titans 30th overall in the 2000 NFL Draft after attending Syracuse University. Keith was a leader on the defense for the Titans, leading the team in tackles for 5 seasons. He played his undergrad seasons at Syracuse and was their MVP his final seasons in 1999.

After Keith retired he kept investing in himself and in 2014 he got his Masters in Business (MBA) at the George Washington University School of Business.

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Growing up Keith never met his father, his mother was in an abusive relationship, and he ended up spending 6 years living with a foster care family in New York. Years later has gone to raise thousands of dollars on an annual basis to benefit children in foster care as well as underprivileged children. We talk in detail how being adopted shaped his life and how he gives back as a graduate for foster care now.

Keith is now a Managing Partner at Transition Sports & Entertainment, a sports media marketing and business company.

What you'll learn from former all-pro Keith Bulluck in Ep. 90: Life After NFL Football, Leading on the Field, and Giving Back with Keith Bulluck
What do NFL players miss after they retire from playing in the NFL?
What was it like competing every week in the NFL?
How does an NFL player transition into retirement after their career?
How did Keith Bulluck lead his teammates on the field?
How does Keith lead his business team mates off the field in deals now?
How did Keith become a startup entrepreneur?
How does Keith Bulluck prepare for his day?
Keith's website: kbulluck.com/

Follow Keith on Twitter: twitter.com/kbull53