Dec 5, 2022
This week, Jason is joined by the 26th and most recent leading man from ABC’s The Bachelor, Clayton Echard!
Clayton’s season aired earlier in 2022 and instantly looked as one of the more shocking, controversial, and entertaining seasons. Even though craziness ensued throughout his season and in the media, he acknowledged the area that he could have handled better, took ownership, and has since applied that to his everyday life and profession. From being an NFL player to working medical sales to reality TV star and now Health and Wellness coach, Clayton’s life pre and post show has been full of a variety of earnings.
Clayton provides insight on his college career into the NFL, the wide variety in pay for each career he has had, how he would be in on the surgeries while working in medical sales, and the importance of finding balance that allows him to still chase his passions. Clayton also reveals the impact of having supportive bosses, how a quarter life crisis prompted him to look for new opportunities, the difference between his process of ending up on the Bachelorette compared to Jason’s, and which former Bachelorette gave him support and the best advice. Did he go back to work between filming the Bachelorette and the Bachelor? Who pushed him to continue working with his passions in mind? Did he make more money working in medical sales or The Bachelor? How much did he actually make in the NFL?
Clayton reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can’t afford to miss!
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Host: Jason Tartick
Voice of Viewer: David Arduin
Executive Producer: Evan Sahr
Produced by Dear Media.
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