Mega sports and celebrity agent and International bestselling author of ‘Aiming High’ Darren Prince CEO of Prince Marketing Group has a new book out called ‘Mission Matters.’
Prince who’s one of the most well-known addiction recovery and mental health advocates is one of several super-successful entrepreneurs featured in the book. Prince talks about the art of relationship building while being mindful of your mental health even at the height of success. He should know coming up on 15 years sober in July from a 24-year opiate addiction.
Prince’s iconic list of clients he represents consists of Earvin “Magic” Johnson, (PMG’s first), Jerry West, Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Chevy Chase, Charlie Sheen, Carmen Electra, Denise Richards, and others. Over the 28 years PMG has existed they’ve also worked with Larry Bird, Dominique Wilkins, Pamela Anderson, and others as well as late Icons Muhammad Ali, Smokin Joe Frazier, and Evel Knievel.
He’s on a Mission to help those struggling with mental health and substance abuse to show them there’s a better way of life and how to get there by asking for help and taking certain actions. He’s also proud to be on the commercial advisory board of www.bridgetherapeutics.com a company dedicated to tackling the opiate crisis with safe alternatives to treat pain and addiction.
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Interestingly, Prince is on a new mission that is a bit more personal. The agent is campaigning to help his friend Laurie Coleman who has been dealing with a heartbreaking child custody case that has aged out of family court. Prince wants to raise awareness in the media that her 18-year-old son Ty Vining is a nonvocal disabled boy and his health is failing to the point that he has end-stage liver disease.
The Rochester NY Family courts haven’t allowed Laurie to see or talk to her son in over 2 years after raising him for 16 years solely. Currently, according to Prince, the boy lives with his Dad. The two are parents are battling over the guardianship of Ty. Unfortunately, the boy’s health is failing and Prince is asking for the courts to “do the right thing before it’s too late.” Adding, “She’s a great woman and she deserves to be a mother to her son again, and then my mission will be accomplished again!”
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