What Lawyers Can Learn From 37-Year-Old Peyton Manning: Yes, You’re Getting Older, But You Can Still Be an MVP
If you’re a football fan, there are many reasons to like Peyton Manning. The four-time NFL Most Valuable Player is unarguably one of the best quarterbacks ever to play the game, and more than a few fans and others make the case that he’s the very best ever.
We won’t go down that road here, but the future Hall of Famer’s famous work ethic and surprising longevity provide valuable lessons to those attorneys and other professionals who are closer to retirement than to their college days. Manning’s nearly 30 years of playing organized football hold the key to finding success in an incredibly competitive field – and to performing at the highest level when you’re no longer the new kid on the block.