"Success means being satisfied with what you do every day. It's being proud of the better person you are becoming."
Dwyane Wade's gamble paid off in a big way. In 2012, he left a deal with Jordan Brand to sign with Li-Ning at the height of his career. The eight-year, $10 million pact paid considerably more annually than what Jordan was offering, and it made him Chief Brand Officer of Li-Ning and established his Way of Wade sub-brand.