Why We Listen To The “Head Ball Coach”

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If there’s anyone who knows the most about being the winner, it’s Steve Spurrier.

And with it being 50 years this week since Jacksonville’s “Steve Spurrier Day” on March 3 1967, it’s no coincidence that this Hall Of Fame coach is headlining our rockstar cast of stage speakers in April at SuperConference 2017!

We’re super-excited to hear his “motivational manifesto”, prepared to empower every small business and appeal to entrepreneurs across the globe, willing them to rediscover the “winning spirit” and how to think like a champion and peak performer that could ultimately transform their business AND their lives.

But why ELSE do we listen to the Head Ball Coach?

At GKIC, we love a renegade. Spurrier is a renegade. He fought against the tide when it came to the way he spoke to his team, the way he coached and the clothes he wore.

He was a controversial football outlaw who used different leadership methods, so it comes as no surprise that he served as Head Coach of three college and two professional teams, and was also a standout college football player, spending an entire decade playing professionally in the NFL.

There’s a guy who was never picked last for the team…

He graduated from the University of Florida, where he was the Florida Gators’ starting quarterback for three seasons. Famed for winning the Heisman Trophy in his senior season of 1966, he was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame twenty years later.

On January 1, 1990, Spurrier returned to the University of Florida to become the Gators’ Head Coach. For the next twelve seasons, he led Florida’s program to success, including Florida’s first six Southeastern Conference (SEC) championships and first consensus national championship in 1996.

His wide-open offensive scheme (nicknamed the “Fun ‘n’ Gun”) continued to deliver at Florida, and his squads and individual players set numerous school and conference records.

On October 12, 2015, Spurrier retired as the winningest coach in both Florida and South Carolina history, and has the second most coaching wins in the history of the SEC behind only Bear Bryant.

Home is definitely where the heart is with this victorious super-star; in July 2016 after retirement, he became the ambassador and consultant for the University of Florida’s Athletic Department, returning to his college roots.

Which is why it gives me great pleasure to reiterate this… on Thursday, April 6, Steve Spurrier will be sharing his out-of-the-box traits that allowed him to “do it his way” and still have one of sports history’s all-time great careers… at our very own SuperConference 2017, Growth Hacks LIVE!

But that’s not all…

Our President at GKIC, Nick Loise, actually conducted an interview with our headline speaker about what makes SuperConference so unique, and why it’s super-important to attend. He’s just as excited about it as we are!

I am happy to announce that this interview is now available for you to check out for yourselves…

Spurrier Interview

Source: Dan Kennedy