Winning Quotes from Bill Romanowski's Book: My Life on The Edge


"No matter how hard I worked, I didn’t feel I was working hard enough. No matter how hard I trained, I wasn’t training hard enough. Whatever I was doing, it wasn’t enough.”
(Page 73)

"My feeling was and always has been, if you love what you do, then you don’t have to work a day in your life. Now that I was in training camp with the two-time world champion 49ers, with an organization as successful as most of those on the Fortune 500 list, I wasn’t working. I was playing."
(Page 52)

"When someone tells you that you’re not good enough, you’re determined to prove them wrong. You’re determined to show them you are."
(Page 117)

"Helping people perform the best they could was something that always meant a lot to me. But nothing gave me any more pleasure than when the lights went up at the school. Those school kids constantly would feel the excitement that I did only once during my days at school. That meant more to me than winning back-to-back Super Bowls"
(Page 89)

"My thinking was always the team. How can we make the team better?"
(Page 146)

"The real challenge for players, and the ones that go on to become champions, is overcoming their own doubt. The real key to success is having the confidence to play every play at your highest level."
(Page 73)

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