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Everything You Need To Know About Cam Newton And Leadership

Congratulations to Cam Newton on being selected by the Carolina Panthers as the top pick of this year’s NFL Draft. The following are a series of blog posts written about Newton and his leadership over the past year.  Each has been widely read and will be a valuable resource for you.  Enjoy! 10 Leadership Quotes From […]

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23 Leadership Quotes From Tim Tebow

This morning on Atlanta’s 790 The Zone, Chris Domino and Nick Cellini interviewed Denver Broncos QB Tim Tebow.  Tebow discussed a wide range of topics including Urban Meyer, the revenge game against the Georgia Bulldogs, the NFL Draft, and his work with children. The following are the leadership quotes from this sports icon. “You’ve made us more proud than if you […]

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11 Leadership Principles Heading Into The NFL Draft

I LOVE the NFL Draft.  Forget the Masters and March Madness, the NFL Draft is the best, most compelling multi-day sports event on television.  Peter King, the great Sports Illustrated writer, has been providing draft news and insights leading up to next week’s event.   I think there are some great leadership insights we can take from King’s […]

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16 Of The Best Leadership Quotes From March

Leaders love quotes.  Quotes simply capture what we are thinking and feelings and puts into words.  The following are some of my favorite quotes from the last month. “Stupid loses more games than smart wins.” – ESPN’s Bob Knight “I need to put on my glasses so I can talk to God.” – My wife right […]

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Is Cam Newton A Franchise Quarterback

Sporting News draft expert Russ Lande states in the March 14th edition “To me, he’s (Cam Newton) a guy who screams out, ‘I’m going to be a high pick and be a flop.’”  What do you think? Every NFL Draft has a polarizing figure and this year it is Newton.  Let’s look at the evidence […]

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Leadership Lessons On Patience Learned From Green Bay Packer QB Aaron Rodgers

Aaron Rodgers has always had to wait for his moment to shine…until now.  Rodgers understood, however, that learning how to properly leverage delayed gratification is part of becoming a champion.  Notice his journey: Not offered a scholarship coming out of high school. Played at Butte Community College for two years. After two stellar seasons at Cal, […]

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9 Reasons For Sustained Excellence: A Study Of The New England Patriots

The New England Patriots are the NFL’s team of the decade.  Having already been to four Super Bowls (winning three) this decade, the Patriots are positioned to make their fifth trip to the championship game later this month. Are there secrets to the Patriots’ sustained success?  If so, what are the elements and can churches and […]

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