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Extraordinary Happens Podcast

Over my 36-year career, one of the most important things I’ve learned is that people are the drivers of making extraordinary happen. Yes, of course brands are important. Products are important. Execution is critical. As a good company, you have to have all of those things. But if you want to do something truly world class, you have to have people who want to make it happen. And the same rings true in sports. In my job, I’m inspired every day by the conversations I have with extraordinary people in the sports world. Many of them are MVPs or CEOs today, but they started off as seemingly ordinary people. They are people who had a dream and then worked hard, made sacrifices, challenged convention and broke through. They are people with stories of ambition, creativity, leadership and change.

Aaron talks about not letting others define your reality and building on successful moments – no matter how small – to help you progress and achieve your dream. And Pam talks about enjoying the journey and releasing your attachment to the outcome.

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