12 secretos clave del éxito de Tom Brady, explicados rápidamente, luego organizados por fácil copia

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Tom Brady es el jugador activo de mayor edad en una lista de la NFL, y de alguna manera está a solo dos victorias de otro trofeo del Super Bowl.

Los gerentes pueden aprender mucho al estudiar a Brady. De hecho, he reunido un libro electrónico completo sobre esta idea: Tom Brady siempre ganaque puedes descargar gratis aquí.

Tanto si eres fanático de Brady como si no (y si te gustan los deportes o no), aquí tienes 12 secretos clave para el éxito de Brady, cada uno explicado en menos de 100 palabras y ordenado más o menos por lo reproducible que eres:

1. Controla sus emociones.

Perder el control de sus emociones es la forma más rápida de perder el control de una situación crítica. Brady es muy emocional, pero cuando se trata de eso, se trata de emociones controladas.

Y cuando el juego termina, está exuberante. (Esto es lo que lo atrapé después de ganar el Super Bowl en 2019).

2. Se adapta para ganar.

Una de las razones menos apreciadas por las que Brady podría tomarlo es porque hizo la forma en que juega el juego según su edad.

Por ejemplo, al principio de su carrera, Brady era conocido por esperar el momento perfecto para realizar pases largos, duros y precisos. Sin embargo, a los 40, cambió: pases más rápidos, más cortos y más, lo que significa que hay menos posibilidades de que los jugadores defensivos lo golpeen o lesionen.

3. Trabaja con amigos.

Gallup dice que la pregunta más controvertida en su investigación sobre el compromiso de los empleados es: «¿Tiene un mejor amigo en el trabajo?»

Brady claramente hace esto, hasta el punto que cuando firmó con su nuevo equipo, convenció a uno de sus mejores amigos, Rob Gronkowski, quien también es su socio más exitoso en el campo, para que salga de su retiro y juegue con él.

4. Prioriza el reclutamiento y la retención.

Acabamos de ver un excelente ejemplo de esto: la medida en que Brady puede liderar a jugadores de una generación completamente diferente y en el equipo contrario.

Eche un vistazo a lo que hizo después de que su equipo venciera al equipo de fútbol de Washington en la primera ronda de los playoffs, construyendo una relación con Chase Young de Washington. ¿Fue instintivo? O tal vez fue un cálculo estratégico: «Nunca se sabe que en algún momento estaré en un equipo que necesita un ala defensiva de primera».

5. Muestra una humildad ostentosa.

Brady no es humilde. De hecho, esto es lo divertido que Robert Kraft, propietario de los New England Patriots, dijo por primera vez cuando se conocieron después de que el equipo Brady diseñó esto en 2000: «Soy la mejor decisión que ha tomado esta Organización».

Pero ahora sabe que algunos de sus jugadores más jóvenes literalmente crecieron con su póster en la pared. Entonces da el primer paso. De hecho, algunos jugadores han dicho que lo primero que dijo Brady fue un simple saludo: «Hola, soy Tom Brady».

6. Logra un equilibrio entre la vida laboral y personal.

Brady está loco por el fútbol, ​​con la excepción de casi todo menos la familia, al menos según los periodistas que han pasado mucho tiempo con él. Es equilibrio, pero un equilibrio entre solo dos cosas.

«Él sería el primero en decirles que su realidad en este momento es ni más ni menos que el fútbol y su familia», escribió Ben Court von Salud de los hombresDespués de pasar días con Brady en las Bahamas: «Siempre que Brady habla de su familia, lo que hace a la ligera y sin pautas, cobra vida, agita sus largos brazos y estalla en carcajadas mientras describe a cada uno de sus hijos que lo deleitan».

7. Piensa como un forastero.

¿Cómo se puede llamar al mariscal de campo más grande de la historia un extraño? De hecho, al final de su mandato, la «marca» de Brady sufrió con los Patriots porque los Patriots no solo no eran los favoritos. Actuaron como si no les importara lo que los demás pensaran de ellos.

Pero después de comenzar de nuevo en Tampa, logró recuperar algo de eso. Ahora hay más elementos de Brady, que no están seguros de su oportunidad de jugar en la NFL en el 2000, presentando hojas de vida para trabajos corporativos «regulares».

8. Desarrolla más líderes.

Si miras la camiseta de Brady, notarás una mancha con una «C» dorada y cuatro estrellas debajo, lo que significa que es un capitán del equipo, un papel que Brady también jugó con su equipo anterior durante 19 temporadas consecutivas.

Una gran perogrullada sobre los grandes líderes es que hacen más líderes, no solo seguidores. Un legado de esto para Brady es la gran cantidad de otro ex jugadores patriotas que ahora también son capitanes.

9. Hace sacrificios estratégicos.

Durante sus primeros 18 años en la NFL, Brady ganó aproximadamente $ 197 millones. Es mucho dinero, pero no era el mariscal de campo mejor pagado de la liga. De hecho, un análisis encontró que dejó entre $ 60 millones y $ 100 millones sobre la mesa durante las negociaciones.

¿Por qué? Después de ese análisis, fue tal que su equipo pudo fichar a otros jugadores importantes, lo que mejoró las posibilidades de éxito del equipo en el campo y, en última instancia, también aumentó el valor de Brady.

10. Establece metas cuantificables.

Una cosa es decir que quieres ser el mejor mariscal de campo de todos los tiempos. Es algo completamente diferente decir, quiero jugar a los 45 años y quiero ganar más Super Bowls que nadie.

Cuando comenzó con los Bucs este año, fue citado diciendo que quería «criar» al equipo, pero también ganar cuantificablemente, al menos un Super Bowl con ellos.

11. Muestra una devoción extrema.

Además de su desempeño en el campo y su longevidad, Brady es conocido por su preparación intensa e idiosincrásica: largas horas, nutrición extrema y la inusual rutina de ejercicios que él y su entrenador y socio comercial Alex Guerrero han desarrollado.

Además, Brady se da cuenta de que es menos natural que muchos mariscales de campo profesionales, por lo que tiene que ponerse al día en alguna parte: «Lo único que sé», explicó, «es salir y trabajar en ello. No compro un Hype o uno potencial. Yo trabajo «.

12. Cree que va a suceder.

Guardé esto por última vez. No es suficiente, pero nada más hubiera sucedido sin él. Y creo que también es la clave más difícil de esta lista.

Hace décadas, cuando Brady fue expulsado del equipo universitario en la escuela secundaria, cuando luchaba por el tiempo de juego en la universidad, cuando vio a otros 198 jugadores seleccionados en el draft antes que él, todavía parece haber creído que todo funcionaría.

En la medida en que vacila, atribuye la restauración de su fe a su esposa Gisele Bündchen: «No hay límites en sus pensamientos», dijo. «¿Y sabes qué? Ella tiene razón. Yo fui quien tuvo que decir, ‘¡Tienes razón!’ Y eso me ayudó a crecer «.

Las opiniones expresadas aquí por los columnistas de Inc.com son las suyas propias, no las de Inc.com.

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And when the game is over, he's effusive. (Here's what I caught him doing after winning the Super Bowl in 2019.) 

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2.    He adapts to win.

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One of the least appreciated reasons why Brady has been able to endure, is that he has adapted the way he plays the game to accommodate his age.

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One example: Early in his career, Brady was known for waiting for the perfect moment to make long, hard, accurate passes. In his 40s, however, he changed: faster, shorter passes, and more of them -- which means less chance of being hit or injured by defensive players.

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3.    He works with friends.

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Gallup says the most controversial question it asks in its employee engagement research is, "Do you have a best friend at work?"

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Brady clearly does -- to the point that when he signed with his new team, he convinced one of his best friends, Rob Gronkowski, who is also his most-successful on-field partner, to come out of retirement and play with him. 

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4.    He prioritizes recruitment and retention.

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We just saw a prime example of this--the degree to which Brady is able to lead players who are from an entirely different generation, and on the opposing team.

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Take a look at what he did after his team beat the Washington Football Team in the first round of the playoffs -- forging a relationship with Washington's Chase Young. Was it instinctive? Or maybe it was strategic calculation: "You never know, I might be on a team at some point that needs a top-tier defensive end."

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5.    He displays ostentatious humility.

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Brady isn't humble. In fact, here's the hilarious thing told Robert Kraft, owner of the New England Patriots, the first time they met after the team drafted Brady in 2000: "I'm the best decision this organization has ever made."

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But, he knows now that some of his younger players literally grew up with his poster on their wall. So, he makes the first move. In fact, a number of players have said the first thing they ever heard Brady say was a simple greeting: "Hi, I'm Tom Brady."

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6.    He achieves work-life balance.

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Brady is maniacal about football, to the exclusion of almost everything except family, at least at least according to journalists who have spent a lot of time with him. It's balance -- but a balance between only two things.

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"He would be the first to tell you that there is no more or less to his reality right now than the sport of football and his family," wrote Ben Court of Men's Health, after spending days with Brady in the Bahamas, "Whenever Brady talks about his family, which he does easily and without prompting, he comes to life, waving those long arms and breaking into laughter as he describes how each of his kids delights him."

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7.    He thinks like an underdog.

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How can you call the greatest quarterback in history an underdog? In fact, during the end of his tenure with the Patriots, Brady's "brand" suffered because the Patriots not only weren't underdogs; they acted as if they didn't care what anyone else thought of them.

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But having started over in Tampa, he managed to regain some of that. There's more of an element now of the Brady who in 2000 wasn't sure he had any chance of playing in the NFL, and was sending resumes for "regular" corporate jobs.

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8.    He develops more leaders.

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If you look at Brady's jersey, you'll notice a patch with a gold "C" and four stars under it, representing that he's a team captain -- a role Brady had during 19 straight seasons with his prior team, too.

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A great truism about great leaders is that they produce more leaders, not just followers. One legacy of that for Brady is the sheer number of other former Patriots players, who are now captains, too.

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9.    He makes strategic sacrifices.

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During his first 18 in the NFL, Brady made about $197 million. It's a lot of money, but he was not the highest paid quarterback in the league. In fact, an analysis suggested he left between $60 million and $100 million on the table during negotiations.

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Why? According to this analysis, it was so his team could sign other top players, which improved the team's odds of on-field success, and ultimately increased Brady's value, too.

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10.    He sets quantifiable goals.

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It's one thing to say you want to be the greatest quarterback of all time. It's another entirely to say, I want to be playing at age 45, and I want to win more Super Bowls than anyone else.

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When he started with the Bucs this year, he was quoted saying he wanted to "elevate" the team--but also, quantifiably--win at least one Super Bowl with them.

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11.    He displays extreme dedication.

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Beyond his on-the-field performance and his longevity, Brady is known for his intense, idiosyncratic preparation: long hours, extreme diet, and the unusual fitness routine he and his trainer and business partner Alex Guerrero have developed.

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Beyond that, Brady recognizes that he has less natural talent than many pro quarterbacks, and so he has to make it up somewhere: "The only thing that I know," he explained, "is to go out there and work at it. ... I'm not buying into any hype or potential. I'm into work."

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12.    He believes it will happen.

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I saved this for last. It's not sufficient on its own, but without it, nothing else would have happened. And I think it's also the hardest key on this list.

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Decades ago -- when Brady was cut from the varsity team in high school, when he had to fight for playing time in college, when he watched 198 other players get picked ahead of him in the draft -- he still seems to have believed it would all work out.

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To the extent he's wavered, he credits his wife, Gisele Bündchen, with restoring his belief: "In her mind, there are no boundaries," he explained. "And you know what? She's right. I'm the one that had to go, 'You're right!' And that's helped me grow." 

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