7 Facts For Leaders Who Want To Make Other People Millionaires
As a leader, are you focused on improving the lives of those you lead?Â Let’s take it a step further.Â Are you focused on leaving a legacy of making millionaires?
In the April 9th edition of Sports Illustrated, Kentucky Wildcats basketball coach John Calipari says, “I want my legacy to be that families’ lives have changed through our relationship.Â [Kentucky] Senator Mitch McConnell said to me, ‘How many guys leave off this team, do you think?’ I said, seven – five starters and two seniors.Â If we play well, they’ll all have opportunities.Â He said, ‘You’re creating more millionaires that a Wall Street firm!’
What if that number is 70 by the time I retire?Â How would you say I did?Â Because the cycle on those families, that cycle of poverty or whatever it may be, has just changed.”
- Coach Calipari is a generous leader.
- Coach Calipari is changing human life by helping to reverse the life cycles of people.
- Coach Calipari is maximizing potential.
- Coach CalipariÂ has a long-term goal.
- Coach Calipari speaks to people’s needs.
- Coach Calipari is answering the questions young leaders are asking.
- Coach Calipari is producing results.
When is comes to serving those that you lead, are focused on improving their life?Â Maybe you have not produced any millionaires, but maybe their life is better because ofÂ your leadership.
How do Calipari’s comments make you feel?
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