This post summarizes an edition of The Game Before the Money Podcast. New episodes are released each Tuesday. Many episodes include interviews with NFL legends. You can listen and subscribe on your favorite podcast app. A playable transcription is provided below.
Character and Leadership Lessons from 1970s NFL Football
You often hear that football teaches character values and leadership. What are character values learned from football? This episode of The Game before the Money Podcast focuses on four character and leadership traits I learned from watching NFL football and speaking with former NFL players.
The four football leadership lessons in this podcast are gleaned from in-game examples from Hall of Famers like Fred Biletnikoff and Terry Bradshaw. They also look at the career stories of Hall of Famers like Jack Lambert and Cliff Harris. Finally, we get some advice from Pro Football Hall of Fame lineman Joe DeLamielleure.
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Please note that transcriptions are automatically generated and may contain errors.
Here is a Table of Contents for the podcast:
[00:02:11] Leadership and Character Lessons from Football
[00:03:34] Sometimes You Have to Get Your Hands Dirty
[00:04:31] Toss it Up and See What Happens
[00:06:28] You Can Make It If You Try
[00:07:41] Bloom Where You’re Planted
[00:08:58] Four Leadership and Character Traits from Football