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What is great leadership and what makes a great leader?

These are two questions we all face at various times in our lives. Whether we are asked to lead at our place of employment, in the home, or in the community, we each ask ourselves the same question.

Can I Lead?

The National Football League is one of the most competitive environments on earth. Every decision, every action, and every word is scrutinized and dissected. Success is defined by one thing, winning. To the victors, go the spoils. All others take a back seat. Out of this cauldron of fire, great leaders emerge, men who step forward and lead. This book is about those men. This book is also about you and what you can learn from these examples to propel you further in your leadership endeavors.

Whether you are a C.E.O. of a large corporation, a mid-level manager, or a soccer mom or dad in some American suburb or city, this book is for you.

It is very practical and simple, yet, profound. You will learn from some of the great leaders of our day and find yourself empowered to be all that you can be as you “take the lead.”

You will learn from men like:

  • Bill Parcells
  • Herman Edwards
  • Curtis Martin
  • Bill Belichick
  • Vinny Testaverde
  • Kevin Mawae
  • Chad Pennington

You will understand how these leaders became successful on and off the field. And most importantly, this practical guide will help YOU win as well.

In this book, former N.F.L. chaplain, Scott Matheny, discovers these lessons through first-hand stories and then challenges his readers to consider how this will apply to them. You don’t need to be a football fan to benefit, just be open and willing to challenge yourself.

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