My guest today is the one and only, Tim Tebow. I had the opportunity to sit down with him in New York last week and, without a doubt, he’s one of the most genuine human beings that I’ve ever met. You could feel that from him from the moment he walked into our studio (which happened to be a hotel room in Manhattan). I’ve always wondered if the men we see online are the same men in person and I can unequivocally say, “yes,” with Tebow.
Today, we talk about where Tebow’s convictions come from, the powerful relationship he has with his father and his coaches along the way, why his work with those who have special needs is so crucial in the absence of manliness, the dichotomy between God’s sovereignty and our own, creating an edge in your life, stacking up the small wins, and, at the foundation of it all, how to create a life that counts.
“We’re called, I believe, as men, to be protectors, to be servers, to be lovers.” Tweet That— Tim Tebow
My guest today is the one and only Tim Tebow. So many of you ask me who has been my favorite guest on the podcast. I can confidently say, from the moment Tim and I shook hands, that this is one of my favorite humans on the planet and a definite highlight for me over the past 7 years.
It seems a bit silly introducing you to Tebow as a former NFL and MBL professional athlete, New York Times Bestselling Author (and, author of his latest book, Mission Possible), and founder of the Tim Tebow Foundation. He’s so much more than that and he was literally inspired millions of people around the world to live a more meaningful life.
I asked him about his prospects as a professional athlete moving forward (I’ll let you listen to that part at the end of the podcast) and let’s just say, for now, that he has found a passion in taking his performance off the field and translating it to serving those who need a champion to act in their stead.
“One of the mistakes that so many parents make is that they think their kids aren’t seeing it all.” Tweet That— Tim Tebow
- Masculinity is lacking around the world
- Love is a choice that we make
- Kids see everything that parents do
- Managing the expectations of others
- Some people just don’t want to like you
- Being respected is more important than being liked
- The relationship between serving God and living your own life
- Sharing the Gospel through our actions
- God provides when we need it most
- We should both rely on God and work hard
“I believe the people who have the most fulfillment are those that have the most purpose and meaning in their life.” Tweet That— Tim Tebow
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