October 19, 2017
Christopher Anicete began his wealth management practice at Northwestern Mutual in 2009. Chris specializes in wealth accumulation, distribution, and preservation for his clients.
Chris and his team work with current and past NFL players to maintain financial stability in the present and through retirement. He works to help manage risk, savings, and investments to help achieve their long-term goals. Chris aims for lifelong partnerships with their clients.
Safe and responsible spending habits are key for a stable financial future and these are the habits Mr. Anicete instills with their clients. The average length of an NFL career is three years, so the financial planner must stretch this nest egg to last long past their career duration.
Chris and his team strive to be a comprehensive service for all of his clients needs to deepen the relationship. This relationship is built on trust and hard work from both sides.
For SBC members actively seeking employment or opportunities in the sports industry, especially opportunities in the world of sports such as sports finance, Chris Anicete had this to say:
On building your career....
“People buy people, not products, you must set yourself apart.”
"It's not all about what you know, it is how you interact with people"
"Your biggest opportunity in college is to learn how to build and sustain relationships"
"It is all about how well you are at communicating, connecting, and keeping relationships"
“People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care”
On the best advice that was given to me...
"Price is only an issue in the absence of value. If a value is there, price doesn't matter and you should consider it a discount."
“The goal is to serve the community and inspire them to achieve a lifestyle that they’ve always dreamed of”
Thank you to Chris Anicete for taking the time to share his invaluable insight with our club about the ins and outs of working for a wealth management and financial services organization like Northwestern Mutual, as well as his advice on how to succeed in such a competitive industry.
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D.J. Trainor was recently named Operations Manager of Personnel at RotoWire. D.J. leads the acquisition and training of interns and new employees on Player Notes and other forms of fantasy sports content, produced by RotoWire.
An alumn of UW-Madison, D.J. earned a bachelor degree in Communication and focused his passion for sports as an undergraduate intern at RotoWire.
RotoWire is a fantasy sports company that provides content to its various partners such as; ESPN, Fox Sports, CBS Sports, Fan Duel, and NFL.com. RotoWire has been a pioneer in real-time fantasy sports since 1997 and is one of the most well-known fantasy news platforms to date.
D.J. described RotoWire as a news aggregator that compiles professionally reported fantasy sports news and sends their stories to their partners through the "RotoWire voice." RotoWire is Madison-based, with writers and contributors from all across the globe.
For SBC members actively seeking employment or opportunities in the sports industry, especially opportunities in the world of fantasy sports such as RotoWire, D.J. Trainor had this to say:
On RotoWire broadening its' expertise into Esports...
"More people watch the League of Legends final than the NBA Finals and the sports industry is trying to put its thumb point on it and lay claim"
"For esports specifically RotoWire derives live summary reports from esports events for its' partners"
On how to succeed to in the sports industry...
"Broaden your horizon, I raised my hand for every opportunity that came my way"
"Go out and fill your resume with as much sports experience as possible, because that is who you are competing against"
Thank you to D.J. Trainor and taking the time to share his invaluable insight with our club about the ins and outs of working for a fantasy sports news aggregator like RotoWire as well as his advice on how to succeed in such a competitive industry.
RotoWire internships are available year-round, so anyone interested should contact D.J. Trainor via email to receive a link to the online application.
Learn more about RotoWire
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October 2, 2017
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