“You don’t need a motivational talk at half time if you’re way ahead.” — Lou Holtz

Brian Buffini goes into the archives for this interview with one of his mentors, college football coach Lou Holtz. Over his nearly four decade career, Lou earned a reputation for turning losing teams into winning ones. Here, Lou shares his best tips to help you achieve goals, reach success and W.I.N. You’ll learn his three rules for life, the three questions everyone asks and the one thing he says makes life worthwhile. Turn your goals into reality, stay on track and get motivated to succeed with these wise words from Lou Holtz.

Inspirational soundbites from today’s interview:

“A leader is somebody who has a vision and a plan.”

“Anytime you want to accomplish something, it starts with having dreams.”

“Don’t go through life and be a spectator—be a participant.”

“Goals make things happen.”

“If you want great advice, listen to your spouse.”

“Decide what you want to do and remember the word, ‘WIN’—What’s Important Now.”

“I went back to coaching because of the challenge.”

“You have to have a purpose, a reason.”

“Our obligation is to make people better.”

“If you have to have something to do, someone to love, something to hope for and something to believe in—what’s more important in life?”

“Embrace change as long as it’s taking you where you want to go.”

“When you’re significant, you help other people be successful.”

“There are only two types of people: those who lift up and those who hold down.”

“Happiness is nothing more than having a poor memory.”

“If you want to achieve something, you have to be willing to sacrifice.”

“As long as you have an excuse, you’ll look for reasons why you can’t succeed.”


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