Speak Like a Leader

Playing Offense with Paul Epstein

Episode Summary

In today's episode, I talk with Paul Epstein. He's a bestselling author, speaker, podcast host, leadership coach, and Energizer Bunny embodied. We talk about the dark times, purpose, your why, success, fulfillment, and more. Paul shares some stories about his tough times and what he learned from them, the importance of relationships in business and life, and how he learned that lesson then forgot it, and then learned it again, for real. It's a high-energy pick me up and I hope you enjoy it!

Episode Notes

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Paul Epstein has spent nearly 15 years as a pro sports executive for multiple NFL and NBA teams, a global sports agency, and the NFL league office. He’s transformed numerous NBA teams from the absolute bottom in league revenue to top-two in financial performance. He’s broken every premium revenue metric in Super Bowl history as the NFL’s sales leader. He’s also opened a billion-dollar stadium, helped save the New Orleans NBA franchise, and founded the San Francisco 49ers Talent Academy—where he became known as the “Why Coach”. Paul has since shared his leadership and high-performance playbook with Fortune 500 leaders, Founders and CEOs, MBAs, and professional athletes. 

As a global keynote speaker, #1 bestselling author of “The Power of Playing Offense”, and host of the “Playmakers: ON PURPOSE” podcast, Paul explores how living and working with a focus on leadership, culture, and purpose can transform organizations and individuals anywhere to unleash their full potential. When he’s not on stage, he’s putting his insights to daily practice, serving as Chief Impact Officer for Purpose Point (host of the world’s largest Purpose Summit) and Chief Purpose Advisor for the Why Institute (the world’s fastest way to discover your purpose)—on a mission to inspire leaders and lives to meet the unique challenges of our era.