Dhani Jones is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, NFL linebacker, author, host and explorer, who began his career in the NFL, playing with the New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles and Cincinnati Bengals.
For Jones, the NFL was a jumping off point, and in 2010, he launched his philanthropic endeavor, Bow Tie Cause, designing signature bow ties for organizations around the country.
Dhani Jones: I think the best advice I’ve received is just to stay locked on your goals, to believe in your mission and your cause and to always stay focused.
There are a lot of people out there that will deter you, there are a lot of people that will try to take you off your course.
Jones was also a varsity wrestler in high school, as well as a member of his high school's track team.
But the similarity is so striking, you barely notice, he's as reluctant to be in the limelight as his quiet and sardonic father - who called his own company Dark Horse - and was only attending this event to support his musical contribution.
George married Pattie in 1966 after meeting her two years earlier on the set of A Hard Day's Night, he went on to write Something - the song Frank Sinatra declared was the best love song ever written - for her as the decade came to a close, it's one of the highlights of 1969's Abbey Road.
He has also since become partner of two major advertising agencies; PROCLAMATION based in Cincinnati, and VMG-Creative in New York.
His entrepreneurial spirit has continued to push him in new directions, as Jones currently serves as chairman of investment fund Qey Capital Partners and CEO of Hyur Staffing Services.