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The Games Do Count Chapter Summary & Analysis - David Pottruck Summary

Brian Kilmeade
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David Pottruck Summary and Analysis

David Pottruck, co-CEO of Charles Schwab, was a mediocre football player as a child, but in high school became a good football player as well as a wrestler. David learned through his experiences in college that he could control his talent and his success, making himself a champ in wrestling and getting MVP in football in one year. Later, while coaching college wrestling, David discovered that he could not put limits on himself or he would never succeed.

David Pottruck learned from sports not only confidence, but stamina and the ability to challenge himself, touching on the theme of the impact of sports. David took the lessons he learned and applied them to his career, becoming successful even in the face of adversity.

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