After Coach Carroll asked all you great Twitter-ers for any questions, we’ve received a great response. We had Coach get on camera to answer some of them below. After posting the first batch of video responses yesterday, we had to post more today.
Check below to see if your question was answered–and also to learn some sweet stuff from Coach, like which three Seahawks players he would take with him on a deserted island. (Any guesses!?)
Who’s got questions?? Let’s fire up some Q&A! Will post video responses later today & tomorrow! #AskCoach
— Pete Carroll (@PeteCarroll) April 2, 2013
@petecarroll what’s your favorite thing about Seattle. What’s your least favorite thing about Seattle?!(Coming from sunny SoCal)
WinForever Elite Ambassador Brett Hughes shares his thoughts on Michael Jordan’s influence on him as we approach M.J.’s 50th birthday on Sunday, February 17.
It’s Michael Jordan’s 50th birthday tomorrow. Some of you may have no idea how crazy that feels to type, as he was an inspiration to me growing up. While I was watching “His Airness,” I supposed I never thought there would be a day when M.J. wasn’t dropping 30-plus points per game while shutting down the opponents’ best players and reminding us that he could, if only for a second, fly!
What had me in the most awe of No. 23 was his fire. He simply was not going to be beat. The games he … Read More
As the Seattle Seahawks close out the regular season this Sunday and battle for a NFC West Division title, we unveil our final ‘True Competitor’ video of 2012.
In this video, WinForever founder and Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll sat down with us and talked about what it truly means to win forever and what we continue to do.
Carroll is often asked what’s better, competing or winning. His answer is simple: “Competing by far, because competing lasts forever,” Carroll exclaims. “The wins and losses come and go, but it’s the effort to continue to strive to be the best you can be.”
Everyone has beliefs, but at WinForever, we’re looking to help people go through the process of self-discovery … Read More
In his TED Talk, former investment banker turned amateur speed skater, Kevin Jagger, shares his story and his passion for the pursuit of competing. He brings an incredible WinForever-type story to us, so we urge you to watch his clip.
The financial crisis of 2008 taught Kevin that results are not all they are cracked up to be and one must enjoy the daily pursuits that life presents. It’s not about floating through life with your eyes set on your next vacation, paycheck or bonus. It’s about springing out of bed and facing the day’s challenges head on–knowing that life’s little battles, if fought hard, will lead to something great. Don’t count the days, make the days count.… Read More
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