Many people think success in sports is about being talented to be the best at something. Scott O’Neill, former CEO of Harris Blitzer Sports Entertainment and author of Be “Where Your Feet Are”, prefers to see sport as a vehicle for change. Growing up, he was a super-competitive multi-sport kid who harnessed his passion and ambition to land a job with a professional NBA team at 22. It was hands-on learning in a time before the Internet. In our chat, Scott describes failing every day. As someone who doesn’t like being incompetent, he gained invaluable lessons from this time in his life that carried with him through his career. Scott is an open book on what’s gone wrong. Hear how this competitive person learned from his experiences to keep upskilling his career and become a better leader.