The Games Do Count - Brian Kilmeade Summary & Analysis

Brian Kilmeade
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Brian Kilmeade Summary and Analysis

Brian joined soccer in second grade because his parents would not let him join baseball in first grade. The first practice was a disaster, so Brian quit. Brian changed his mind and made soccer an important part of his life, bringing his brothers into it as well. Brian went on to play soccer in college, despite being a mediocre player. Soccer gave Brian confidence that he took with him through the struggle of making a career for himself on television.

Brian Kilmeade began playing soccer to make his parents stick to a promise they had made. Despite a rough start, Brian stuck with it through college and learned confidence from the game and the discipline it provided, touching on a theme of the book. Later, Brian took this confidence and created a career for himself on television of which...

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