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Devon Kennard, NFL Player and Investor, Unveils Financial Success Strategies in New Book It All Adds Up

PHOENIX , January 25 /Businesswire/ - Professional linebacker, real estate investor, entrepreneur and now author, Devon Kennard, announces the release of his highly anticipated book: It All Adds Up.

This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20230125005539/en/

Devon Kennard, NFL linebacker, investor, and philanthropist, shares his game plan for financial and life success in his new book, "It All Adds Up," now available for pre-order. Kennard is winning the financial game off the field, with proven strategies to generate income that will support him and his family long after he is playing in the stadium. In this book, Devon provides clear guidance and practical tools to help you create your money success story. Readers will learn how to: transform passions into ideas that earn passive income; get into the real estate game, and learn different investment methods; cultivate a positive, wealth-building mindset to overcome financial fears and withstand setbacks; and more. At last, there is an ultimate game plan to create a version of the American Dream that works on your terms and builds lasting wealth for you and your family. (Photo: Business Wire)

Devon Kennard, NFL linebacker, investor, and philanthropist, shares his game plan for financial and life success in his new book, "It All Adds Up," now available for pre-order. Kennard is winning the financial game off the field, with proven strategies to generate income that will support him and his family long after he is playing in the stadium. In this book, Devon provides clear guidance and practical tools to help you create your money success story. Readers will learn how to: transform passions into ideas that earn passive income; get into the real estate game, and learn different investment methods; cultivate a positive, wealth-building mindset to overcome financial fears and withstand setbacks; and more. At last, there is an ultimate game plan to create a version of the American Dream that works on your terms and builds lasting wealth for you and your family. (Photo: Business Wire)

It All Adds Up delivers Kennard’s game plan for obtaining financial freedom and a fulfilling life. He draws from his personal journey and experience as a financial educator, mentor and investor with a real estate portfolio of over 50 income generating properties to provide modern, implementable wealth building strategies for achieving financial freedom.

“Money is a game of survival, and you can’t get ahead with an outdated playbook of the American Dream,” says Kennard. “What you might be looking at instead is massive debt, insufficient available funds to cover your golden years, and a nagging sense of unfulfillment.”

It All Adds Up provides a practical, step-by-step guide for readers to transform passions into income streams, and develop long term investment success, a wealth building mindset and a wealth legacy that includes philanthropy.

Devon has garnered the support of leading financial advocates and educators including Robert Kiyosaki – #1 best-selling author of Rich Dad Poor Dad and the Rich Dad Series of books, entrepreneur, educator, investor, and passionate advocate for financial literacy. Kiyosaki says,

"In his new book It All Adds Up, Devon shares what he's learned so that others can have an edge in achieving success. We are aligned in our quests for financial freedom and in the power of sharing our journeys with the world. There is no better teammate in the financial freedom game than Devon. He's earned the right to lead and teach and is an important and inspiring voice of his generation."

Kennard graduated from the University of Southern California (USC) with a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Communication Management. He is a financial education advocate for youth and the NFL community and was nominated in 2019 for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award for his philanthropic contributions to the community. His reach to help others expands with this book, published by global publisher HarperCollins Leadership.

“I’ve found a way to build my real estate portfolio while also being fully committed to a career in pro sports. My career has allowed me the opportunity to explore financial strategies that also work with a demanding schedule. Now, I get to share what I’ve learned with our community so we can all be successful. You don’t have to be an NFL player to do what I’ve done,” Kennard says.

“It’s time to update the old playbook with proven strategies. Gain access to my ultimate playbook to help you win at your financial game.”

It All Adds Up is available now for preorder on Amazon, Apple Books, Books-A-Million, Google, Target and through devonkennard.com/bookpreorder. To stay informed about the book release and book events, Devon has an email list available for signup at devonkennard.com/bookpreorder.


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