Row the Boat to Build Wealth

We all wish we had a speed boat to build wealth, but building wealth takes time. In this ColoradoBiz Magazine article, Kevin McNab explores how previous Western Michigan Football coach’s mantra “row the boat” relates to building wealth.

In December 2012, Western Michigan University announced the hiring of P.J. Fleck as the university’s new head football coach, making him the youngest coach in major college football.  Along with intense energy, Fleck brought with him a “row the boat” mantra.  After a disastrous first season, players bought into Fleck’s philosophy and mantra. His tenure at Western Michigan ended with a trip to the prestigious Cotton Bowl in his fourth year before leaving for a bigger Minnesota program. While row the boat was applied to a football team, it can easily transcend many aspects in life – including building wealth.  While it takes time to get somewhere rowing a boat, it also takes time to build wealth…READ MORE!

Kevin McNab

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