How Drew Rosenhaus Uses Intense Workouts to Lure Clients

Drew Rosenhaus, exercise, lure clients

Written By: Jon Finkel “What’s more productive, running gassers with my clients and bonding out here, or taking them to a crowded bar somewhere?” Drew Rosenhaus asks as he stops at the goal line on a high school football field between sprints. “When we’re pushing through a workout together, they see that when I say I work hard, I mean it.” The man has a …

Guillermo the Great: Jimmy Kimmel’s Sidekick Discusses His Improbable Rise From Parking Lot Security Guard To Late Night TV Star

Jimmy Kimmel

By: Jon Finkel Guillermo Rodriguez is the man. He’s the man who wrestled Matt Damon in a bit plugging The Bourne Ultimatum. He’s the man who convinced Channing Tatum and Bryan Cranston to drink tequila on the red carpet of the Oscars. And he’s the man who turned a parking lot job into a starring role on Jimmy Kimmel Live. “The very first time they …

A Tale of Two Finkels

By: Jon Finkel “Jon Finkels have to stick together.” I didn’t say that, Jon Finkel did. Confused? You’re not alone. For just under two decades Jon Finkel and I have been mistaken for each other on the Internet by everyone from casual Googlers of our careers to his own grandparents. True story: For about four straight years in the early 2000s the other Jon Finkel’s …

Jeff Pearlman: The Making of a New York Times Bestselling Sportswriter (and Admitted Book Whore)

By: Jon Finkel FBI profilers aren’t necessary to decode the personality traits and behavioral patterns that make up most successful sportswriters. The specific breed of journalist that Jeff Pearlman, the New York Times bestselling author of Showtime, The Bad Guys Won and Boys Will Be Boys, belongs to is one of the more prevalent strains of the sports scribe tribe. The telltale signs first appear …