The Games Do Count - Hank Paulson Summary & Analysis

Brian Kilmeade
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Hank Paulson Summary and Analysis

Hank Paulson, CEO and Chairman of Goldman Sachs, began playing sports thanks to a fifth-grade teacher, who taught him how to play flag football. Hank played football and also wrestled in high school. At college Hank nearly quit the football team because he sat the bench most of the time, but he ended up helping the team win the Lambert Trophy. Football taught Hank confidence and the importance of working as part of a team, something he took with him into his career and uses to help him chose the right people to work for him.

Hank Paulson learned confidence and the importance of being part of a team, touching on two themes of the book, sports as a confidence builder and the general impact of sports. Hank also learned to never quit. All these things combined to help...

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