THE CRITICS ARE COMING. People understand that there will be challenges and fear when they chase their dreams. But they’re not willing to be embarrassed. Are you willing to look like a fool? To go all-in and fail? It’s a guarantee when you go after the thing you want. You have to keep putting your head out there knowing that it could get chopped off. The more you face your fears, the more self-confidence you’ll have. You will fall. You need to have the grit to use it as fuel to get back up. On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about relentlessly pursuing your passion with one of the most successful football players in history: Tony Gonzalez. Tony Gonzalez is a Pro Football Hall of Famer, retired All-Pro NFL Tight end, and father of four. He is currently an analyst on Fox NFL’s pregame show. During his career, he only missed two games and lost only two fumbles on 1,327 touches. Tony is open about his struggles with depression and self-doubt that he might not be good enough. But by working through these emotions, he has come out a more authentic and heart-centered person. So get ready to learn how to get into the flow of life on Episode 850.
Some Questions I Ask:
How do you get connected to the heart when there is so much ego? (8:00)
When did you experience the most self-doubt? (16:00)
How do people stop caring what people think about them? (31:30)
Who was the most influential for you growing up? (43:00)
In This Episode You Will Learn:
How to get into the flow (6:00)
How to use criticism as fuel (20:00)
About Tony’s struggle to transition from football to commentary (22:00)
An exercise for opening your heart (32:00)
About the letters Tony wrote himself before games (35:00)
How to parent with your heart (52:00)
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