Michael Tetreault (aka “Tate”) is no stranger to a life of adversity. Growing up on the drug ridden streets of his hometown in Massachusetts, Tate had no opportunity for a better life.

But he was persistent in everything life threw at him. When he was 19 years old, he beat a felony gun charge, and by the age of 22 he faced major neck surgery. As a result, college was out of the picture. As an overcomer, Tate doesn’t accept “No” or “It’s impossible.”

Instead, he is a charismatic hustler who will always prove the doubters wrong.

As a lover of money, Tate runs multiple businesses fromreal estate to the entertainment industries. But his passion lies in being an Artist Manager, which he says is the most fun and rewarding. He’s worked tour management for the Legendary Nights Tour featuring industry giants including Future, Meek Mill, and Megan Thee Stallion, to name a few.

He manages @test410, an imprint of rapper Future’s Freebandz entertainment company. As part of Tate’s services, he manages tours for Freebandz when the industry is not restricted by a ban on large gatherings.

He’s eager to get his artists back on tour once it’s safe and the COVID-19 restrictions are lifted. “Being around so many successful people ups your work ethic and drive ten fold,” Tate says.

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Knowing the typical 9-5 lifestyle was not for him, Tate went searching for a living that offered enjoyment and unlimited potential.

Unfortunately, even when you follow your dreams, success doesn’t come easily. Tate had to sacrifice friends, family, and relationships. But it’s all been worth it. He keeps his hand in real estate to make money without limitations. Yet, his love for being an Artist Manager surpasses everything. “For music management the money is important, yes, but it’s more valuable for me to network and build relationships that others couldn’t imagine. I get to experience things most people will never get to see in their lifetime.”

When you’re looking to live a life untethered, like Tate, his advice is simple: don’t quit. Persistence pays off as long as you have a strong mindset. Fear is only used against you to prevent you from fulfilling your destiny.

He learned to be strong from countless books, podcasts, and YouTube channels before he even started. Your most valuable tool will be networking. 10,000 people will tell you “No,” but the one person who says “Yes” is all you need to get moving.

Tate finds success when he can take his vision and turn it into reality. This involves never having to worry about anyone else telling him what to do. This is why he refuses to work for anyone but himself. His vision for financial freedom involves having enough money to retire today with the peace of mind that he and his family are set up for life.

What’s next for Tate? He has a big announcement that he is moving to Miami within the year to expand his brand to the sports industry. He plans to become a Sports Agent and add athlete services to his impressive skill set as an Artist Manager.


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