Never Leave The Locker Room of the Super Bowl: A Collection of Articles on Relationships and Leadership


    I’m a storyteller. I love telling stories and I love remembering great times with friends, clients, and family. I’ve been blessed to have experienced some amazing events and been exposed to some incredible people.
    I decided to share these life-changing experiences and began to regularly write about the lessons I’ve learned. This book is a compilation of that writing.
    I’ve found that the only way to grow is to learn from the past and regularly take inventory of your experiences. My hope is that you can glean some insight from my stories and they help to make a difference in your life and in your business.
     With that, I give you one of my favorite memories:
    In 1996 my friends and I managed to work our way into the Dallas Cowboys locker room after their victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XXX.
    “There we were. High-fiving Deion Sanders, watching Lesley Visser interview Troy Aikman, and at one point, holding the Vince Lombardi trophy. After about 45 minutes we decided to leave, thinking there might be another, better place to be. A party somewhere, maybe? But, after some time, we wound up standing behind Sun Devil Stadium thinking: ‘What did we just do? Did we actually just walk out of the Super Bowl locker room? AGH!'”
    Always enjoy the present moment, don’t chase a better time, and never leave the locker room of the Super Bowl. Never.


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