Magnifying Excellence

George Kunz - How Quiet Excellence Leads to Happiness, Success - Episode 10

March 30, 2021 xlete.com - Magnifying Excellence Season 1 Episode 10
Magnifying Excellence
George Kunz - How Quiet Excellence Leads to Happiness, Success - Episode 10
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Magnifying Excellence
George Kunz - How Quiet Excellence Leads to Happiness, Success - Episode 10
Mar 30, 2021 Season 1 Episode 10
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It's time for another timeless journey of Excellence, when our guests talk exclusively and candidly about their journeys of Excellence like never before. This is not a glorification of excellence, but an examination of the all-encompassing path of Excellence. Hosted by Brian Hurlburt.

The multi-talented George Kunz--you may not readily recognize the name-- has hall of fame credentials … but as with any journey of Excellence, sometimes the path is winding, and his final, rightful destination in Canton is still unattained.

If I told you George Kunz was one of the best offensive linemen in Notre Dame history—his 1966 team won a national title—and then he was an NFL all pro 8 times in 9 years with Colts and Falcons … including being voted THE best offensive lineman in 1976 and 1977 … you’d probably think he already had a bust in the hallowed halls of football’s hall of fame in Canton, Ohio. 

Your thought would be wrong.

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Much like offensive lineman in football quietly go about their roles on the field, so does Kunz in all facets of his life, probably a contributing factor to why he hasn’t been inducted as of 2021.

He didn’t showboat as a player, didn’t as a successful business person owning McDonald’s franchises and learning from the legendary Ray Kroc, and doesn’t now as a practicing attorney in Las Vegas, having entered the UNLV law school at 59 years old.

His Excellence is quietly impactful, which sometimes goes unnoticed in a world of super social media and high---and many times misplaced---ego.  George shares more about this thought process during this episode, the final of season 1.

This is a must listen to learn and be inspired by the one and only George Kunz.

Show Notes

It's time for another timeless journey of Excellence, when our guests talk exclusively and candidly about their journeys of Excellence like never before. This is not a glorification of excellence, but an examination of the all-encompassing path of Excellence. Hosted by Brian Hurlburt.

The multi-talented George Kunz--you may not readily recognize the name-- has hall of fame credentials … but as with any journey of Excellence, sometimes the path is winding, and his final, rightful destination in Canton is still unattained.

If I told you George Kunz was one of the best offensive linemen in Notre Dame history—his 1966 team won a national title—and then he was an NFL all pro 8 times in 9 years with Colts and Falcons … including being voted THE best offensive lineman in 1976 and 1977 … you’d probably think he already had a bust in the hallowed halls of football’s hall of fame in Canton, Ohio. 

Your thought would be wrong.

CLAIM YOUR FREE 10 LIFE & BUSINESS LESSONS FROM SEASON 1 GUESTS E-BOOK By Host Brian Hurlburt NOW.

Click and enter email - NO Obligation

Much like offensive lineman in football quietly go about their roles on the field, so does Kunz in all facets of his life, probably a contributing factor to why he hasn’t been inducted as of 2021.

He didn’t showboat as a player, didn’t as a successful business person owning McDonald’s franchises and learning from the legendary Ray Kroc, and doesn’t now as a practicing attorney in Las Vegas, having entered the UNLV law school at 59 years old.

His Excellence is quietly impactful, which sometimes goes unnoticed in a world of super social media and high---and many times misplaced---ego.  George shares more about this thought process during this episode, the final of season 1.

This is a must listen to learn and be inspired by the one and only George Kunz.