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            BRIAN MACON

            A one Man Army

            about me

            Dynamic, accomplished, results driven professional with extensive background in program management, social media management, content creation, staff supervision and budget development of athletic, recreation and fitness programs. Skilled in community relationship building, customer service and operation supervision. Exceptional performance record in revenue growth and building market presence. Adept at cultivating ties with all employees, providing mentorship and motivation in order to maintain a high level of employee morale and efficiency in the work place. A proven leader who responds to challenges with confidence, determination and focus.

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            education

            2005 - 2007

            B.S.; Major: Psychology.

            Boston University, Boston, MA, USA

            2003 - 2005

            A.S.; Major: Psychology

            Miami Dade College, Miami, FL, USA

            2003

            Graduated

            Boynton Beach High School, Boynton Beach, FL

            QUOTES FROM BRIAN

            “At camp we’re just teaching strong life skills: You gotta be disciplined. You gotta work hard. You gotta be able to communicate with others. You gotta be able to deal with people from different socioeconomic backgrounds and different races,” Macon said. “Everybody is at our camp, coming together in the name of basketball.”




            “You gotta be dedicated. If you’re dedicated and you’re consistent and you work hard at anything, you’re gonna gain success in that thing,” Macon said. “If you don’t reach your goal, there are so many life lessons that you’re gonna learn.”

            Achievements and Certifications

            • • Trained a number of NBA all stars
              • Has trained the PBC High School player of the year for 4 consecutive years (2015-2018)
              • January 2011 Employee of the Month
              • Listen First Customer Service Training
              • MS Office capable
              • CPR & First Aide certified
              • Captain and 2 Year Letterman (Basketball) at Miami Dade and Boston University

            experience

            • 1/13 - Present

              President

              Handlelife/Macon Gymrats

              Boynton Beach, FL

              Launched a basketball training company to run camps, clinics, team training and personal training. Designed and managed all programs. Planned and executed a Spring Camps, clinics and online training.

              • Responsible for hiring, training and supervising staff
              • Responsible for creating all content and social media management
              • Co designed and conceived website and all marketing strategies
              • Coordinated and oversaw day to day operations
              • Generated $200,000 in revenue per year
              • Performed all administrative duties and payroll
              • Negotiate agreements with facilities and corporate sponsors

            • 11/07-12/12

              Sports Coordinator

              Devos-Blum YMCA

              Boynton Beach, FL

              Designed and managed athletic programs. Mentored and supported in developing healthy behavioral and emotional skills through athletics for adults and children. Developed and implemented curriculums for all programs. Co-developed and maintained website and program schedules. Ran 15 programs simultaneously while managing a three-hundred and twenty thousand dollar budget annually. Planned and managed events.

              • Responsible for hiring, training, and supervising part-time staff
              • Supervise team of 15 part-time, seasonal, and volunteer staff
              • Recruit and train approximately 40 volunteer coaches each of our 5 annual youth sports seasons
              • Manage and develop a $320,000 Annual Operating Budget
              • Plan, implement, market and evaluate about 15 different programs simultaneously at any given time throughout the year
              • Conduct payroll bi-weekly through our ADP payroll system
              • Perform any administrative duties as they relate to our sports department including HR and Accounting duties
              • Conduct monthly departmental meetings to ensure strict adherence with our organizational strategic plan
              • Negotiate contractual agreements with local program partners and referee organizations
              • Maintain and develop relationships with all department vendors
              • Recruit and maintain relationships with department sponsors and corporate partners
              • Contribute to the development of a strong board of trustees
              • Participate in all organizational events as needed
              • Participate and contribute to our Annual Fundraising Campaign

              11/07-12/12

              Sports Coordinator

            • 2007-2011

              Instructor

              Santaluces Summer

              Basketball Camp, , Lantana, FL

              Co-planned and executed a four-week basketball curriculum for elementary, middle and high school students. Mentored high school students and prepared them for college. Provided campers with constructive feedback. Organized camp schedule. Supervised staff and provided instruction for campers and coaches.

            In the News

            FROM AN INTERVIEW Q&A


            It depends on the player’s skill level. Some pro’s may not be as skilled as my high school kids, but they excel in large part because of their superior athleticism. So, there may be times when a high school kids’ workout is more complex than an NBA guy. It also depends on the time of the year. For example, an offseason workout will look and feel totally different than an in-season workout.

            I’ve always been really good at improving my game. Each year, I always made a honest assessment of my game and attacked areas that needed to improve.
            When I’m teaching other athletes, the process is the same. It all starts with an honest assessment. What do you do well? Okay, you’re a great shooter, but you don’t handle it well? Okay, let’s give you some fakes and hesitations to counter your great shot, while we slowly improve your ball handling.

            I try to keep an open mind when it comes to basketball. Rhythm and familiarity is very important in basketball. So, I try to get my athletes in a great rhythm in familiar spots, with basketball movements. And we try to over exaggerate things so that when it’s game time, they’ll feel confident and prepared.

            I just want to continue to help as many people as I can. I’m teaching so many life skills like hard work, dedication, discipline, persistence, and confidence through the game of basketball. I want to do a few camps around the country下载全民体彩 and in different countries. I’m really excited about this summer.

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