This video captures the feeling that athletes feel when going into a do or die situation just like Game 7 of the MLB World Series between the Houston Astros and LA Dodgers.
“How you use the opportunities you are given to affect the world around you will determine the legacy you leave behind.” – Tony Dungy, Former NFL Football Coach, Author
When asked after his Denver Broncos won Super Bowl 50, if this was his last game, Peyton Manning said that his former coach, Tony Dungy told him, not to make an emotional decision. He also added that his immediate priorities are to: Kiss his wife Hug his kids Celebrate with his teammates Thank the manContinue reading “Peyton Manning’s priorities”
“Luck favours the persistent.” – Jim Collins/Jerry Parros, Authors, Built to Last (Successful Habits of Visionary Companies)
“It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog.” – Archie Griffin, 2-time Heisman Trophy Winner (for the best College Football Player in the US)
Great Leaders tend to find ways to get the most out of their folks. What are some of the techniques that your favorite leaders have used to get you to give your best effort? Post a comment with your story.
“The Indianapolis Colts made it to the Super Bowl because they were inspired by their teammates, the New Orleans Saints won the Super Bowl because they were inspired by their city.” – Richard Elmes, The Sales Dating Guy
from Dave Paradi @ http://www.thinkoutsidetheslide.com Dave, the author of “The Visual Slide Revolution, is a master at teaching people how to make their PowerPoint presentations more interesting…and effective. Call an audible during your presentation On Sunday I was watching the AFC Championship game between the Indianapolis Colts and the New York Jets. Even if youContinue reading “How to Call an Audible during your Presentation”
“One loss is good for the soul. Too many losses is not good for the coach.” – Knute Rockne, Notre Dame Football Legend