MaxMo 28- Brent Yoshida USC Pac 10 Champion Football and Life Coach; We talk on Culture, Bullying and Preperation
Brent is always looking to improve in all areas of life. He believes that it's the people around us that make the difference in the quality of our lives and owes much of his opportunities to the incredible family/friends who believed along the way. He received a Bachelors in Architecture from the University of Southern California and became the first Football Player in school history to graduate from the School of Architecture's 5 year Program. He also is a licensed Insurance Agent & Personal Trainer.
Architecture is an incredible career, but after working at various firms, Brent realized sitting behind a desk was not for him. In 2010, even though unemployment was high, he decided to take a risk and leave his firm to work alongside one of his best friends in the family insurance business. Understanding that everyone needs insurance and yet most are treated like a number, he saw opportunity to get to know and genuinely help people of all walks of life. Through insurance, Brent found a platform to assist others both personally and in reaching their business/financial goals. His Goal: to not only provide competitive options, but more importantly, to establish long relationships of trust with each person he has the privilege of working with. With a passion for the youth, he also continues to speak at local high schools and helps within the Boys & Girls Clubs' Basketball program.
While at SC, Brent had the opportunity to be part of two Pac-10 Championship Football Teams. Because of his impactful coaches, mentors and teammates, with 1 year of high school football experience he walked on and had the privilege being named a starter on the Kick-Off Coverage team for 8 of the 13 games. After graduation, he wanted to give back to the youth and moved to Hawaii where he developed relationships with the Student-Athletes of the Island at the University of Hawaii and local high schools as a mentor and life coach.
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