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Ace Your Retirement

As a professional NFL, NHL, NBA or MLB athlete, you stand to lose a lot when you retire.

Coaches, agents and business managers all move on and it can feel like you are left without support, purpose or your identity – and, in some cases, without money.
But the great news is, it doesn’t have to turn out that way. Life will throw you curve balls, but there is no reason why you can’t hit a home run – in the game and out of it.

How do you hit that home run? It’s all in the preparation – having the right resources and a solid game plan. With Retired From Sports, you always have someone in your corner helping you to set yourself on the right track for your future – while you’re still playing.

Your success doesn’t have to end when your sporting career does. It’s your life – hit it out of the park.


Your First Move

A course specially designed to get YOU on the right path for a successful retirement.

The Millionaire Track

A course created for aspiring business owners.


Go on a luxury vacation while learning valuable information that will boost your productivity and keep you active.


Our customized coaching and consulting program focuses on what you need to keep winning at life. We learn about you and then show you how you can develop your skills and strengths to keep you one step ahead while you create your new life.

Want to play ball with us? Get in touch with us today!


Why Play Ball with Us?

We know the challenges you face

We focus on execution and result

Wide variety of custom- built programs

We’ve spent thousands of hours of coaching for results

...and an equal amount in training and programs

Professional service providers for additional help for you

What Our Clients Say


“I’d been trying to build an insurance book of business for over a year. I’d poured a lot of start up money into the business, but my team and I were not able to make the numbers month after month. I had been warned by corporate to pick up my stats about the time I met Lorenda. We then put together a more seasoned team, added new customer service systems and I hired a general manager to manage the branch while I was away from home playing. The numbers went up within 60 days, and we are no longer on the low producer’s list! I am making more money, building a future and have far less stress.”

NFL Professional


“I’ve been in professional sports for 2 years. My parents suggested I work with Lorenda of Retired From Sports. I am getting clear about what kind of work I want to do and I am taking her advice to meet community and business leaders who can help me.”

NHL Athlete


“If you’re currently playing, I’m guessing that’s the sort of decision you don’t want to think about at the moment. I don’t blame you. You’re playing at the highest level in the world — why would you think about it ending? There’s nothing better than playing in the NHL — enjoy it. But, unfortunately, your career will one day come to an end. I was extremely fortunate to have some mentors who pushed me in the right direction when I realized that my career in hockey was all but over. I can’t tell you how thankful I am for that.”

Brandon Crombeen Retired NHL


“It is helpful that athletes think about retirement from sport and develop strategic plans for the end of their career. There are many ways that an athlete can suddenly end a career in sports, so having a backup plan is important for the athlete to disengage from competitive sport.”

Dr. Robert Pankey Ed.D. in his abstract: Disengagement From Organized Sports


“I take most of the blame. As athletes and players in the NFL, I think we should take the blame, because we can change it. “We just gotta wake up.”

Vernon Davis Former tight end in the NFL


“The biggest challenge many of our players have is looking ahead for the rest of their lives. They have everything, in a sense. In the NFL, they’ve achieved their dream of playing at the highest level. They have a lot of money, but it comes to an end quicker than most of them can even imagine.” Comments on a CBS 60 Minutes report, after losing millions along with fellow players on a get-rich- quick

Paul Tagliabue Former Commissioner of the NFL


“ ‘Not going to happen to me…’ Really? Really? It’s and opportunity, not a career. The smart guys already know what they wanted to do before they left football.”

Herman Edwards American football coach and former NFL player


“That first check from the NFL is nice. That money can vanish when you try to live the NFL lifestyle like a 10-year veteran.”

Matt Brown ESPN Staff Writer

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