When it comes to baseball, my kids are San Francisco Giants fans first.
It hurts my heart a little bit because I represent Chicago in all things sports (and pizza!), but there’s a good explanation.
When we moved to the bay area in 2010, the Giants were really good — like, so good it was a decent bet they were going to win the World Series if it was an even year.
Then there was the fact that my Chicago Cubs were underperforming…
There was so much disappointment growing up a Cubs fan, where this infamous moment was probably the lowest point:
So the reason I somewhat begrudgingly stood by and allowed such a thing to happen is this…
I wanted them to know what it feels like to be part of a winning culture — to experience fandom without so much misery.
Now although people usually laugh when I (kinda) jokingly tell them this, there’s something to be said about learning how to win and how winners attract other winners.
Look at Google as an example. There are people literally sleeping in their cars in the company parking lot because they want to be part of a winner.
I don’t want you to have to sleep in your company parking lot — or any other parking lot, for that matter — but I do want to help you be a winner too. The quickest way to start is for you to tickle the link below and grab my book, even if you’ve been doing this corporate thing for a while: