Preparing for Greatness
What is the difference between being good versus being great? What separates the best-of-the-best from the rest of the crowd? In most cases, the answer is a combination of preparation, attitude, self-belief, relentlessness, and a desire to always keep climbing higher. Whether it’s in your personal or professional life, these traits are what determine whether or not you maximize your true potential. During this powerful presentation, Ray Lewis - NFL icon, media personality, New York Times Best Selling Author and legendary leader – will motivate and inspire attendees to prepare for their own personal and professional greatness.
Topics will include:
- The importance of developing a plan to achieve your goals
- Igniting and constantly fueling the fire for success that lies inside of you
- How to lead with a vision and get the most out of the team around you
- Overcoming obstacles & never giving up until you accomplish your goals
Ray Lewis Bio
Universally considered one of the greatest players in NFL history, Ray Lewis starred at middle linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens for 17 seasons, racking up 13 Pro Bowl selections, 2 NFL Defensive Player of the Year awards and 7 First Team All-Pro designations. He reached the peak of his sport twice, leading the Ravens to championships in Super Bowls XXXV, for which he was named Super Bowl MVP, and XLVII.
Today, Lewis is a revered media personality – having previously appeared on ESPN and now on Fox Sports – and the co-founder of Power52 Foundation, which is dedicated to bringing increased energy independence to the Baltimore area, while transforming the lives of at-risk young adults, returning citizens and military veterans through career training in the solar industry and other green jobs. The famously fiery public speaker is the New York Times bestselling author of an inspirational memoir, I Feel Like Going On, which shines a light not just on football and how he built a path to success, but of turning his life around, going from childhood struggles and off-field controversy to becoming a widely beloved figure, hailed for the positive impact he makes in communities across the country.
One of the most in-demand motivational speakers in the country, Ray Lewis has been asked to speak for myriad events and groups, including TEDxYouth, Stanford University and charitable organizations like First Serve Miami. In 2016, he helped launch Ferguson 1000, Baltimore 1000, LA 1000 and Global 1000, which are committed to improving urban cities in America and worldwide through economic development, community programs and job creation.