Getting Ahead – Excerpts from “Roberts Rules!”

Once you decide to go for it, you’ve got to stay focused.  You’ve got to eat, breathe, and sleep whatever it is you’re doing.  Sometimes no matter how hard you work, it’s dumb luck that really makes the difference.

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When people tell you you’re crazy, it’s a good sign that you’re on the right track.  When your competitors tell you you’re no good and you’re a failure, that means you’re on to something big.

Getting ahead

If you decide to go for it, at some point there will be risk involved. Eventually, you’ll find yourself flying without a net.  But that’s what makes it so exciting and worthwhile.  If you want to be an entrepreneur in any profession, you have to be able to live with risk, because you can’t get ahead of everybody else without sticking your neck out.

Marc Roberts’ book, “Roberts Rules!” is available on Amazon.


Marc Roberts – Miami, Boxing Promoter

The 90’s found Marc Roberts as one of the superstars of high impact networking. He was barely into his 30’s, but became a street-smart boxing promoter, whose career began and flourished because of his ability to meet and build relationships with people.

Mr. Roberts spent a small fortune building one of the best boxing gyms in the world for his “Triple Threat” three boxers with world championship tracks. They were Olympic gold medalist “Merciless” Ray Mercer, along with Olympic boxers Charles “The Natural” Murray and Alfred “Ice” Cole.

The Plainfield Courier-News described Marc Roberts in an article by sportswriter Carl Barbati: “Sometimes it seems that everybody connected with boxing is there strictly and solely for the money. Then, along comes a guy like Roberts.” Barbati continued, “He got involved with boxing as a college kid, because he loved it, and because he could see a few bucks in it. Several millions later, those are still his priorities, which makes him a distinct rarity.”

Marc Roberts – Miami, Ten Tips for Success!

Secrets of my Success

Here are Marc Roberts’ 10 tips for success:

  • Know how to prioritize.
  • Invest yourself completely in everything you do. Investment means commitment.
  • Surround yourself with capable people.
  • Carefully nurture and develop relationships and endeavors.
  • Be aggressive and relentless. Never get discouraged.
  • Learn from your mistakes. Use the experience from previous failures to your advantage.
  • In personal communication, always make eye contact.
  • Make people feel like they are the most important person in the world to you.
  • Establish loyalty with everyone you work with.
  • Communication is the key. Nothing takes the place of personal communication.

Marc Roberts – Miami, Haute Living

SOURCE:  Haute Living
COMPANY: Marc Roberts Companies
INDUSTRY: Real Estate

WHAT MAKES HIM HAUTE: Roberts’ sports management company. Worldwide Entertainment and Sports, was the first of its kind to go public through an IPO, which afforded him the means to become a real estate magnate.

He has been working on the 30-acre Miami Worldcenter project, which aims to transform a blighted area downtown into a live-work-play environment with retail, restaurant, entertainment, hotel, residential, and commercial components.

It’s an ambitious project (to say the least) that entails creating 12 million square feet over the next 20 years. Roberts ran into roadblocks as the bottom fell out of the real estate market, but he is nothing if not tenacious, so we don’t expect this project to go by the wayside like so many others that never left the drawing board.

Marc Roberts – Miami, Author

Roberts Rules!  Success Secrets from America’s Most Trusted Sports Agent.

Marc Roberts has published his first book, Roberts Rules!  It is Mr. Roberts’ true story, along with the secrets of success that he now shares with others.  Readers refer to him as “brash and inspiring.”

Marc Roberts gives real-life advice for those who strive to reach the golden ring.  It follows his path of success through trial and error, guts and research, and above all, a contagious drive for excellence.

Out of nothing but a will to succeed and a belief in himself, Marc Roberts built a reputation as one of America’s most successful sports agents.

Marc Roberts’ book, “Roberts Rules!” is available on Amazon.  

Marc Roberts – Miami, Recognitions

Marc Roberts was honored to be admitted into the New Jersey Jewish Hall of Fame.  He received this honor on May 30, 2007.

Mr. Roberts was also named the 2005 Man of the Year by the South Florida Chapter of the Crohns and Colitis Foundation and served on the Board of Trustees of the Florida Chapter, Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America, Inc.

The Alabama State Legislature proclaimed June 5, 2003 as “Marc Roberts Day” for his contributions to the Easter Seals Camp, ASCCA, Alabama’s Special Camp for Children and Adults, the world’s largest year-round barrier-free camp for people with disabilities.

Marc Roberts – Miami, Sports Agent

Marc Roberts was a Division I basketball player at American University in Washington, D.C. This was previous to starting a career as a sports agent. Mr. Roberts was one of the five sports agents consulted in making the film “Jerry Maguire.”

He has represented NFL players, such as Antonio Freeman, Tyronne Drakeford, O.J. McDuffie, Jerry Porter and Tyrone Wheatley. NBA players Bobby Jackson, Johnny Newman and Derek Anderson, and World Champion boxers, “Merciless” Ray Mercer, Shannon Briggs, Tracy Harris Patterson, Danell Nicholson, Charles Murray, and Alex Trujillo.