Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, and Peyton Manning have played in 10 of the last 15 Super Bowls. They have also been named the NFL MVP in 8 of the last 9 seasons. By any standards, these 3 quarterbacks have been at the top of their industry over the last decade. Despite playing in a highly competitive league, they have been able to achieve consistent success through their hard work and dedication.
In this leadership case study, we analyze the practice methods and training philosophy of these elite quarterbacks. We discuss how they prepare for opponents, how they view practice, and how they think about adversity and success.
Here are some key lessons in this brief, easy-to-read book about the work ethic of top NFL quarterbacks:
-Learn how much time they put into studying.
-How to evaluate your own past performance in order to improve.
-How to prevent negative evaluations from impacting your own performance.
-Why Aaron Rodgers likes to throw interceptions during practice.
-The way Tom Brady uses adversity to motivate himself and eliminate distractions.
-How modern technology has helped Peyton Manning and others improve their quarterbacking skills.
Whether you are a football fan, athletic coach, or business professional looking to improve your performance, the lessons from these three quarterbacks can be applied to your field.