The New England Patriot’s coach and winner of 5 Super Bowls is not a fan of social media.
He calls it “InstaBook”, SnapFace”, “ChatRun” on purpose and has vowed to do everything he can to fight its use as it pertains to his football team and life.
Here is advice to Millennials …
- Make sure your career is motivated by love— passion over money.
- Talent shortcomings can be overcome by hard work– he cites Tom Brady who “is not a great natural athlete … not even close” but he worked hard for what he achieved.
- Fight for your big ideas – just because they are unusual or have never been done before is no reason not to use them.
- Put away social media and concentrate on building real relationships face-to-face– success comes from relationships with people and not how many likes you get online.
Belichick:” success is more about who you know than what you know”.
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