The Road From Richmond To The NBA – Episode 3 – Part 1
In the beginning of this episode business coach Clay Clark begins to talk about his favorite author. Napoleon Hill, bestselling self-help author of all time. He quotes him with “Every adversity, every failure, every heartache carries with it the seed of an equal or greater benefit.” Adversity is something we all deal with and we continue to work on it together. As a thriver you are probably looking for ways to stay disciplined on your business path and focus on your end-goal. Clay Clark talks with Paul Pressey as he starts his basketball careers with a family back at home. Some of the main adversities he had to overcome consisted of keeping up with his family on his off season. Paul Pressey talks about the steps he took to make sure his family was there and that he had the opportunity to grow with them. In this video there is a little coming-to-Jesus moment with Clay Clark. He asks two important questions to you. “Are you dedicating the necessary time to grow and bond with your family?” and “What can you do to make sure you have more time with family” As an entrepreneur this is something we continuously have to ask ourselves. Yes, it may get difficult at times, but a lot of top entrepreneurs already do this without having to sacrifice relationships with their families. Paul Pressey goes on to talk about yet another mentor in his path to becoming an NBA coach. David Robinson, someone who believed in everything that was needed in supporting you in becoming a great player. Thriver, take a moment to reflect on Paul Pressey’s path to an NBA coach. How many mentors have we mentioned at this point in Paul’s career. He is just spitting names out, that is how many mentors that decided to support Paul Pressey and his dreams.