2 Superbowl rings, 2 Superbowl MVP titles and mid year Giants fans wanted Eli and Coughlin gone.  How did they do it; again?

1.  Preparation - preparation makes seemingly difficult tasks look easy.

2.  Focus - Myopic focus on the task at hand results in higher probabilities of success.  Tiger Woods would always say his greatest strength is during a round he has no memory of any shot but can give you explicit details of each after a round.

3.  Integrity - People sense it and rally behind it. 

4.  Honesty - See Integrity

5.  Humility - Take nothing for granted...you aren't that great.

6.  Perseverance - No matter what, never give up.  Giants were 9-6.

7.  Trust - In your self and those around you.

8.  Team Player - No one can do it on their own...no one.

9.  Luck - Although not scientifically proven, like Seneca, the Roman philosopher said, "Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity".

You don't need to be flashy, rich or dating a model (who seems to have quite the attitude and mouth) to succeed.  It's what happens on game day that counts.

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Comment by Tim Spagnola on February 8, 2012 at 11:18am

It's what happens on game day that counts. - very true Chris. I love how you mention the Gisele tantrum too. However there has to be a lesson or two from a positive sense we can take from Tom. Like wearing Uggs is cool? or going off on your superior (offensive coordinator) helps ease colleague tensions. OK - too easy to take a shot under this pile of ticker tape.

Comment by Suresh on February 12, 2012 at 10:35pm
Actually, I'd like to learn from Archie..
Comment by Bill Schultz on February 15, 2012 at 5:05pm

Actually, I'd like to learn from Archie..



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