Eddie Kennison was a newly minted wide receiver in the National Football League when he went to a seminar for rookies and was handed a card that read, "78 percent of professional football players are broke and divorced one year after retiring from sports, and, 100 percent of NFL players experience job termination. "That hit me pretty good,” says Kennison, who played for the Saints, the Bears, the Broncos and the Kansas City Chiefs. As much as he loved football, he did not want to end up a statistic. Today, Kennison, 41, is a busy entrepreneur juggling multiple businesses. His story on managing change within your own life and maintaining integrity when yours is hammered is heart stopping.
Let defeat motivate you. As a NASA Aerospace engineer, and professional racecar driver, Bobby has experienced more than most. Bobby teaches that failures will teach you more than you could have ever learned from any victory. Ever.
Former Head of Energy, ScotiaBank shares his personal experience avoiding a devastating situation during the fall of Enron. Mark describes how he made the right decision to alert his leaders and act on his confidence Enron would fail.
West Point graduate and Combat Attack helicopter pilot, Wesley takes the experiences and danger he had in battle, discusses the limitations of rules of engagement, and turns them into real-life lessons, applicable for everyday life.