Drew Brees–Champion Player and Person

They said he was too short to play quarterback in the NFL. They said he’d never overcome a horrendous shoulder injury. They said the New Orleans Saints had always been losers, and would continue to be cellar dwellers. Yet Drew Brees proved that the naysayers and critics were wrong on every one of those points. Winning the 2009 Super Bowl silenced his doubters.

In the brief video above, you’ll see why I recommend that you read, underline, and re-read Coming Back Stronger: Unleashing the Hidden Power of Adversity. You’ll embrace Brees’ astounding ability to even refer to adversityas a friend. I explain that in the video.

You can be sure that I will be sharing the Drew Brees story and quoting portions of this book, as I did in the video, in my keynote motivational speeches at conferences and conventions.

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