This Hardcover Edition of Joe Theismann's How to be a Champion Every Day: 6 Timeless Keys to Success is autographed by Joe Theismann.
Overachiever Joe Theismann had reached the pinnacle of success as an elite NFL quarterback, with a Super Bowl victory and NFL MVP award. But the memory that sticks with many fans is the gruesome injury―his leg was shattered on Monday Night Football―that ended his career. The end of his days on the gridiron wasn’t the end of life for Theismann, though. In How to Be a Champion Every Day, Theismann recounts stories from his impressive career, providing an inspirational guide for how to succeed on a team, in your career, and in your everyday life.
Theismann draws on the people who have inspired and motivated him over the years, like head coach Ron Rivera, San Francisco 49ers safety Ronnie Lott, and his own mother. These amazing stories all emphasize a simple yet profound message that with hard work, focus, and belief in yourself, you can achieve greatness.
Organized by themes such as Attitude, Teamwork, and Motivation, Theismann’s wise anecdotes highlight his firm belief that positive-thinking, goal-oriented people can achieve anything they set their minds to. See how Theismann’s advice can change your life.
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Joe Theismann is a household name, having built his reputation playing quarterback. A collegiate All-American in football and academics, he graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1971 before embarking on a fifteen-year professional career, twelve with the Washington Redskins in the NFL. An entrepreneur at heart, after a career-ending injury in 1985, Joe leveraged his knowledge and expertise as an elite athlete into two decades as an NFL analyst on ESPN and The Sports Network. His accomplishments include being runner-up for the Heisman Trophy in 1971, earning the NFL’s most valuable player (MVP) award in 1983, the year he led his team to a victory in Superbowl XVII, holder of multiple Redskins records― passing yardage (25,206), completions (2,044), and attempts (3,602)―being selected to the Pro Bowl twice, earning the Pro Bowl MVP award once, and being named 1982 NFL Man of the Year for community service and his commitment to the health and welfare of children. In 2003, he was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame and in 2013 received the Walter Camp Foundation “Distinguished American” Award. All these achievements can be traced back to his infectious positive spirit, which uplifts and improves the lives of those around him.