What happens when the balance of ambition, effort and focus are offset? How about when success becomes more than a normal occurrence, it is expected, maybe even taken for granted? This is the challenge of leaders. And if, by some reason, you feel this does not apply to you, wait. It does. The things shared today by our guest is sure to touch you in a way, perhaps, deeper than you expect.
Artie Wilson is a Realtor and the owner of Artie Wilson and Associates. His success in real estate is preceded by a legendary career as an athlete. He was a member of the University of Hawaii’s “Fabulous Five,” the only time in UH history where the basketball team was ever a serious contender for the national title. He also played baseball for UH. Artie has coached NCAA basketball summer league for more than 20 years, he is a basketball analyst and radio personality for ESPN Honolulu.
In Today’s Episode:
- What was it like growing up in the home of a legendary baseball player who’s name and accomplishments are mentioned along with Ted Williams, Wille Mays and Jackie Robinson?
- There are moments in life that jolt us into realizing our priorities need to be adjusted. Have you experienced something like that?
- Why do you feel God allowed it to happen and what lessons have you learned?
- As a leader, what would you say to someone who is passionate about their career and the ambitions that drive them
This broadcast includes a “Leadership Insight” with Norman Nakanishi
Acts 14:17 “He has shown kindness by giving you rain from heaven and crops in their seasons…”