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As I opened the door to Altitude Sports Radio one morning, our mail lady stood up. She was in tears. I was worried that I had maybe missed a phone call or something else, until she started speaking.
How does a great leader help you? Are you working with a bad leader? Whether you are a leader or aspire to be a leader, you need to understand the traits that define great leaders. I was fortunate to have associated with some of the greatest leaders in the entire NFL.
Two weeks after winning Super Bowl 50, I knew I had to get off the couch. But I literally had no reason to move.
One of my most memorable introductions to how the NFL holds its players accountable came during training camp in my fourth year in the NFL.
One thing people forget about the NFL is that it is a $12 to $16 billion entertainment industry. Critical negotiations take place every day in life and business. We all are in constant negotiations between teams, advertisers, family, workplace, media, players, and coaches.
One thing that I experienced on every team that I played for in the NFL, was engagement. And one of the things I see lacking in many of the companies that I speak to, or broadcast with, is engagement.
I recently sat down with someone to help them start investing. I began as I always do by asking what companies they already know. We were watching a football game at the time, so I asked when this person thought ESPN was going to stop making money. “Never,” he answered.
Let us go beyond peace as Dr. Martin Luther King wanted us to. Let’s talk about money.