The Games Do Count - Howard Schultz Summary & Analysis

Brian Kilmeade
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Howard Schultz Summary and Analysis

Howard Schultz, the founder of Starbucks, lived in Brooklyn and played sports with the neighborhood kids. Howard's family lived in subsidized housing in a diverse neighborhood where race nor religion had a bearing on the athletic field. Only a competitive spirit counted. Howard played football in high school and was quarterback his senior year. Thanks to his football skills, Howard was accepted to Northern Michigan University, where he played with Steve Mariucci, the current coach of the Detroit Lions. However, Howard became injured and could no longer play football. Howard took the lessons that come with playing on a team and applied them to his personal and business career.

Howard Schultz's story is another example of how working as a part of a team can teach a young man valuable lessons that he can draw on later in life...

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