So, fall is my favorite season of the year. I love the crisp weather, the lower humidity, the smell of campfires, and my favorite thing of all; football. Nearly every evening of the week, you'll find me on the sidelines of a football field. I have 3 boys that play football and two daughters that cheer. So, the games start for me on Thursday evening where my daughter cheers for the Junior Varsity Roswell Hornets. Then, on Friday's it' the Varsity Roswell Hornets. On Saturday, I announce all the games for the youth (2nd-5th grade) Roswell Hornets. Then, I head back to the high school to watch, and announce, the 6th grade Jr. Hornets. 

Before I even get started with College Football or the NFL, I've often already watched 5-7 football games in any given week. Believe it or not, I learn a lot from these games, and I feel like I learn a lot of lessons from football applicable to our lives and organizations. So, for this podcast, I'm breaking from my normal M.O. of interviewing dynamic leaders and will share some of the lessons I'm learning from this football season. We'll take a journey from the NFL to College to High School to Junior High to Youth Football. If you're a football fan, this should be a blast. Even if you're not, the lessons learned apply to us all.

Here are some links and stories I reference:

Blog: Why I Don't Say, "All lives matter."

Article on Falcons & Saints Unity Circle.