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Bill Curry: “There are two pains in life – the pain of discipline and the pain of regret. The first is temporary. The other lasts forever. You alone decide which to endure.”
Bill Curry’s inspirational messages have mesmerized audiences. Using a commanding, passionate, and often humorous delivery, he connects with each listener, leaving a profound impression every time he speaks. Bill’s is an old-school message delivered with contemporary flair.
Bill was a two-time Super Bowl Champion and played in two NFL Pro Bowls. As an NCAA coach, Bill was named National Coach of the Year at Alabama and later became the first head football coach ever at Georgia State.
As an ESPN commentator, he regularly shared his thoughts with a worldwide audience of millions.
When Bill talks of discipline and success, his life experience is proof-positive of the effectiveness of his methods.
Throughout his career, Bill faced a wide range of mettle-testing adversities. His NFL career was cut short by a catastrophic knee injury. In Super Bowl III, Bill’s Baltimore Colts suffered a humiliating loss in the greatest sports upset of all time.
Bill’s coaching career included mind-numbing lows and devastating tragedies. When Bill talks of perseverance and toughness, he speaks with an authoritative voice steeled by his personal experiences.
Bill played for some of the greatest coaches of all time, including Vince Lombardi, Don Shula, and Bobby Dodd.
When Bill talks of leadership and success, his is a personal message molded by his extraordinary mentors and role models.
Whatever the message you wish to communicate – success, leadership, team-building, perseverance, some other topic in the “Wonder of You”, Bill will do so in a resounding manner the attendees will never forget.
“Bill Curry was sensational in his speech to my national sales force. His comments resonated with each member. He uses real life experiences to illustrate the qualities of leaders and what it takes to win.”
“Not only does he command the attention of the room with his engaging and captivating style, but he has a wealth of knowledge and experience that make his words and messages come alive.”