3 Principles Learned from the Unprecedented Loss of the Houston Texans | Real Estate Coach Jeremy Williams

Jan 13, 2020
January 13th, 2020
Written By: Coach Jeremy Williams
 
Staying with the Houston Texans theme (Read Somebody Had to be Great Why Not Me), my thoughts today seem only appropriate with the outcome yesterday. BTW - Great season to all the players this season. Win or lose, I am a fan.
 
Wiith a 24 point lead against the favored Kansas City Chiefs, there was still 40 minutes of game to play, and it quickly became the Patrick Mahomes show. What I found interesting was during that Texans lead, the cameras would go to sideline shots of the KC players, and Mahomes was rallying the troops. It seemed at one point he might of said, "We got this." KC would go on to outscore the Texans 51 - 31 to advance to the AFC Game securing home field advantage.
 
What is the life and business lessons learned here?
 
  1. Kansas City was favored to win. When you are favored to win, when you've been seen as successful in your achievements in business and life, the magnifying glass is directly...
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Somebody Had to be Great, Why Not Me? | Deshaun Watson Houston Texans

Jan 12, 2020

January 12th, 2020
Written By: Coach Jeremy Williams

In light of the Houston Texans win against the Buffalo Bills, and the big game today against Kansas City Chiefs, this quote jumped out to me last week in his post game interview.

"Somebody has to be great, why not me?" - Deshaun Watson (The Houston Houdini)

Over the years, I've seen so many point to others when they don't perform to their capabilities. You've probably too heard the following (hopefully not living this...):

"It's their fault for me not living out my potential."

"It's a bad market, and everyone else is not doing so hot."

"This would have been successful on my account, and this person screwed it up."

I could list out more, and I know you get the idea. Lord knows, I've had periods in my life where that was my attitude. Here in lies what is so refreshing about Deshaun's comment. He chose to take it upon himself, as the leader of the team, despite the circumstances, to lead his team to victory. He chose to be great...

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