In his book, Jordan shares the challenges he faced while rising through the NFL to fulfill a dream he envisioned as a kid. He talks about the uncomfortable reality of leaving the NFL, starting a broadcast career, and becoming an entrepreneur, consultant, and owner of several businesses. He discusses the adversities he has triumphed over, the hard lessons that he has learned, and things he had to accept to grow.
Jordan also shares:
- How to cultivate the mentality and determination needed to pivot successfully
- Why pivots are hard and what tools people need to persevere
- Why having a Pivot to Win Playbook is critical for anyone who desires greatness
“Pivot to Win is a must-read for anyone pursuing challenging goals, a better life, or a desire to overcome difficult circumstances. Jordan Babineaux shows us how important the inner game is to win—and offers clear, actionable techniques for mastering that game. He does this through a moving memoir that conveys his personal story and the deep motivation he has that fueled his success. Self-knowledge, self-awareness, and self-control are superpowers when it comes to winning, and Babineaux is the motivational coach to help you bring your all to the game,” said Marilyn Gist, Ph.D., former professor, University of Washington and Seattle University, and author of The Extraordinary Power of Leader Humility.
Jordan comes from the small town of Port Arthur, Texas with an NCAA Division II football career under his belt. While leaving the NFL, he felt like losing his identity along with his jersey. However, with his courage and fierce determination, he was able to avoid the pitfalls that many professional athletes face during transition. Partnering with his brother Jonathan Babineaux, he has built several successful businesses, including a film production company and a Seattle-based transportation service.
To find out more about Jordan and his new book, please visit https://pivottowin.com/
About Jordan Babineaux
Jordan Babineaux, author of Pivot to Win, transitioned from nearly a decade playing in the NFL to become a sports broadcaster, entrepreneur, and business executive. He currently serves as the “voice” of the Seattle Seahawks on both television and radio, while also helping organizations, teams, and leaders navigate their pivots. Babineaux and his brother Jonathan, former defensive end for the Atlanta Falcons, founded a company that produced several filmed comedy specials as well as the movie Woman Thou Art Loosed. They also launched a specialized car service in Seattle and created the Babineaux Foundation, a nonprofit that gives back to their hometown of Port Arthur, Texas, and contributes to Lupus research. Jordan Babineaux holds a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication from Southern Arkansas University and is all set to earn his MBA from Seattle University in 2021. He lives in Seattle with his wife and three children. His new book Pivot to Win is now an Amazon bestseller in the United States, United Kingdom and Canada.
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