As we approach this Divisional Playoff matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and host Atlanta Falcons today, we share Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley’s personal philosophy.
Bradley has become a hot target these days to become a NFL head coach, so we thought it would be a perfect time to highlight his incredible philosophy, which he shared with us earlier this year.
“My mission statement that fits with Pete’s philosophy is to possess a genuine appreciation for the contribution and commitment everyone makes for together we shall get it done,” Bradley confidently states. “It sounds very simple, but when you break it down–a genuine appreciation, now you’re talking about a genuine appreciation for the trainers, the equipment people, the video people…and I think wherever I’m at, whatever I’m involved in, I want to stay within that philosophy–and that’s really what Pete Carroll is about as well.”
Bradley lives everyday with this mindset, which has helped in developing one of the league’s toughest defenses, and has allowed him to emerge as a leading candidate for a NFL head coaching gig.
Like Bradley, if you develop a personal philosophy and stick to it, you’ll see yourself strive for greatness like ever before and always compete to do it better than it has ever been done before.
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Brian Wagner is a recent graduate of the University of Southern California, where he was the head student manager and operations assistant for the USC football team. You can follow him on Twitter at @BrianRWagner.
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