Leadership – Another side of winning with USC Football Coach Pete Carroll

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Leadership – Another side of winning with USC Football Coach Pete Carroll

“It’s all about how you think.” Here is another side to a winning U.S. college football coach who likes to give back to others. He has overcome tremendous adversity to reach this achievements. Whether you are a USC fan or not, soccer fan from Europe or U.S. football fan we think you will enjoy this coach’s message. A friend sent this to us this morning before his 6am road cycling bike ride and we had to share it. Happy Holidays!


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