Posted on Sunday, February 3, 2013
in How To, Relational, Sports, Values
A few months ago I read Men of Sunday: How Faith Guides the Players, Coaches, and Wives of the NFL by Curtis Eichelberger.
I loved the book. This Super Bowl Sunday let me add a quote from to add to your day:
“I close the book with a chapter on leadership, and who better to focus on than Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis?
The former Super Bowl Most Valuable Player built his own leadership style around the tenets of Christianity and God’s teachings. Here, we learn that leadership starts with serving others, not giving commands.
Posted on Wednesday, November 10, 2010
in Emotional, How To, Sports
Two things change today, mysilentscream gets a new look and so do I.
It’s my birthday & I have a new shirt.
While watching NFL Films “The Ray Lewis Coaching Tree” I was inspired.
When I watched I felt Ray Lewis’ passion.
His successes and his shortcomings were discussed. He spent time in jail. He works a violent job. He seems self-centered.
As I watched I felt motivated to remember:
- Be careful with my passion, it can hurt people.
- Lead by example and raise the level of the people around you.
- Embrace what’s true and inspire others with it.