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Michael Jordan

Best NBA Player of All Time
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Brewer Callahan

on 2 May 2013

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Transcript of Michael Jordan

“He put his mark on the team from Day One. With his work habits, his competitiveness, being vocal and he’d go after you and tear you up if you didn’t want to play or practice at his same level of intensity.” Kevin Loughery (Bulls Coach Jordan's Rookie Year) LEADS BY EXAMPLE "Nothing of value comes without being earned,
That's why great leaders are those who lead by example first. You can not demand respect because of a title or a position and expect people to follow." - Michael Jordan GREAT LEADERS HAVE A CHAMPIONSHIP MENTALITY His relentless determination produced 6 NBA championships and some of the most spectacular performances in sports history. ""Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships." - Michael Jordan MICHAEL JORDAN "He is the most exciting, awsome player
in the game toda.y I think it's just God
disguised as Michael Jordan." - Larry Bird PUSH YOURSELF EVERYDAY Jordan surpasses the meaning of
"dedication" and "perseverance". He
played the game with love and heart. Record 63 point performance against
Boston Celtics 1986 playoff game "There's Michael Jordan, and then there is the rest of us."
Magic Johnson 6 time NBA champion (1991-93,1996-98) 5 time League MVP (1988, '91, '92, '96, '98) 10 time All-NBA First Team (1987-93, 1996-98) 9 Time All-Defensive First Team (1988-93, 1996-98) 3 time All-Star MVP (1988, '96, '98) 2 time Olympic Gold Medalist (1984, '92) Jordan was cut from his high
school varsity team, and he saw this as a
reason to work that much harder. His
failure motivated him to work harder the
following summer.
Jordan is a leader both
on and off the court. In 1996
he honored his father by
opening the James R. Jordan
Center. He is keeping thousands
of kids off the street. In Pursuit of "Greatness" Changed the sports marketing world, never has there been another athlete of Jordan's magnitude in the world of endorsements. How Does One Achieve "Greatness"
Like Mike
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