Aaron Boone: Commit to the Process, Not the Results
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Baseball is in Aaron Boone's blood. The New York Yankees Manager is a third-generation Major League Baseball (MLB) athlete. As a kid, he remembers rubbing elbows with Hall-of-Famers and All-Stars and wandering the stadiums his Dad played in. He was never pushed into chasing his grandfather or Dad's path, but baseball had his number. In our chat, Aaron shares insights from his decades-long career in and around professional baseball.

Aaron worked his way through college baseball and minor leagues before being called up as a major league player. But it wasn't all smooth sailing. Early on, he bounced back and forth before he landed full-time on the roster.

Operating at this high level required more than talent and physicality. Aaron discusses the mental and emotional growth essential to longevity in professional baseball. Hitting his rock bottom propelled him to have some of the best years of his career as a player. He learned how changing what you focus on can significantly impact what you achieve.

Now Aaron has made the leap to manager. Hear how Aaron maintains his perspective while managing the high-stress stakes of an iconic MLB team. For him, it's all about the process; take action, and the results will come. Entrepreneurs can learn from his focus on developing a strong culture that can withstand adversity.

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