In episode 21 of the Come Correct Podcast, Obi chops it up with his former Wake Forest University teammate Caron “Bop” Bracy. The two Demon Decans take a trip down memory lane discussing their win/loss record, nicknames, and experiences as student-athletes. They go on to discuss the transition from being a Black student-athlete to corporate America and into entrepreneurship.
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0:00-4:06 - Uvalde school shooting
4:06-8:44 - Caron and Obi’s Wake Forest memories
9:59-11:06 - What Caron gained from his education at Wake Forest
11:30-16:54 - Transition from a Student-Athlete to Corporate America
24:00-24:57 - How athletes transfer talents and skills to the corporate and entrepreneur world.
28:58-32:00 - First Legacy REI
32:00-34:41 - Building a team.
37:43-41:05 - Doing business with family and Friends, cultural mistruths.
41:17-42:00 - Moving our community forward
47:36-9:55 - Trick Daddy’s legacy in Hip-Hop culture
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