Cutting at the right time is more important than being fast.
Coach Belichick is a man of few words – and very few interviews. Actually, this may be his first podcast ever. He runs the New England Patriots like a lean startup. Belichick is at the top of an org chart that employs the fewest number of staffers of any NFL team, he invests in players' that fit their winning culture, and focuses team efforts on compartmentalizing tasks – or how he famously puts it: "Do Your Job."
Belichick talks about why Lawrence Taylor was the best football player he’s ever seen. And when it’s all said and done, I think Belichick very well may be considered the best coach of all-time.
|2:00||Being a NFL coach|
|4:05||Achieving a Lean Staff|
|6:25||The culture of meetings|
|11:35||Defining work ethic|
|18:15||Does IQ make you a great athlete?|
|21:15||Why Lawrence Taylor is such a special player|
|25:10||Creating an infrastructure around your talent|
|29:00||Why timing is critical for success|
|32:05||Personal growth and being comfortable in your own skin|
|35:45||Turning failure into opportunity|
|38:30||Maximizing productivity and finding inspiration|
|42:10||Priorities and goals|