I'm guessing that you hate him
Whether you love or hate him, Bill Belichick is the greatest coach in NFL history.
It’s not the four Super Bowl rings that impress me the most, it’s that he has won each one of these championship games with a roster full of “average joe” players.
Sure, Tom Brady is a star today, but he was a virtual unknown when he was picked in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL draft.
On top of all of those accomplishments, the first three games of this year might be his best coaching job yet.
The face of the franchise, Tom Brady, is sitting out a four game suspension over his role in using deflated balls during the regular season last year.
Brady’s favorite target, and the team’s leading receiver, Rob Gronkowski, is on injured reserve.
Brady’s backup quarterback, Jimmy Garoppolo, was injured against Miami in the second game of the season.
So, last night the Patriots started a rookie quarterback, Jacoby Brissett, who played at the North Carolina State University and was drafted by the Patriots in the third round.
And the Patriots shut out a tough Houston Texans team, 27-0.
No matter how tough a challenge, Bill Belichick finds a way to the top.
It’s no wonder people have been asking for years, what is the secret to his success.
If you ask the coach, he is not likely to say much. Belichick is known for secrecy.
However, I found this quote from several years back that sheds a little light on the mystery.
Belechick said, “Whatever success I've had it is because I've tried to understand the situation of the player. I think the coach's duty is to avoid complicating matters.”
His success come not only from finding the right people, but making sure they completely understand their role on the team.
It’s a system that we strive for in real estate.
A team filled with high achievers, but no super stars. Each member fully understanding their part, focusing on the same goal and executing with precision.
If you want to work with everyday folks who get championship results, then contact me today.
I’d love to talk with you.
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