It's time for another timeless journey of Excellence, when our guests talk exclusively and candidly about their journeys of Excellence like never before. This is not a glorification of excellence, but an examination of the all-encompassing path of Excellence. Hosted by Brian Hurlburt.
The multi-talented George Kunz--you may not readily recognize the name-- has hall of fame credentials … but as with any journey of Excellence, sometimes the path is winding, and his final, rightful destination in Canton is still unattained.
If I told you George Kunz was one of the best offensive linemen in Notre Dame history—his 1966 team won a national title—and then he was an NFL all pro 8 times in 9 years with Colts and Falcons … including being voted THE best offensive lineman in 1976 and 1977 … you’d probably think he already had a bust in the hallowed halls of football’s hall of fame in Canton, Ohio.
Your thought would be wrong.
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Much like offensive lineman in football quietly go about their roles on the field, so does Kunz in all facets of his life, probably a contributing factor to why he hasn’t been inducted as of 2021.
He didn’t showboat as a player, didn’t as a successful business person owning McDonald’s franchises and learning from the legendary Ray Kroc, and doesn’t now as a practicing attorney in Las Vegas, having entered the UNLV law school at 59 years old.
His Excellence is quietly impactful, which sometimes goes unnoticed in a world of super social media and high---and many times misplaced---ego. George shares more about this thought process during this episode, the final of season 1.
This is a must listen to learn and be inspired by the one and only George Kunz.