- Independent – own man, see his Twitter
- Competitive – wants to win (laughs at competition)
- Bold visionary – to hell with other people’s neurons
- A bit of contempt for lazy, small thinkers
- Volatile temper like Jobs and Gates and Jordan
- Will push people under them
- Not worried about their karma (Jobs later in life was, he was a man battling with being a warrior and a saint)
*Trained psychologically from a young age
*Intimidating because his skill
*Dark Side: conquering everything, women, voracious appetite
- Unreal Work Ethic
- Wants to beat the best
- Psychological Warfare
- Creates a Fuel List (lives off doubters) – Siphoning
- Psychotically Competitive
- Only Small Outbursts of Anger, then the Simmer
- Worships Pressure
- Fundamental Obsessed
- Creativity came from it
- Black Cat
- Can be cruel to teammates, owners, opponents, etc.
- Not faithful to wife allegedly
*Makes people around them raise their standards
*Wicked “good luck” – things turned out in his favor in his career
*Dark side, ability to compartmentalize his “sins”
*Great tension between the Killer and Saint
- Sense of Destiny – Save Europe
- Monomaniacal Focus on Hitler – banned from coffee parties
- Has fun – Quotes. Half an dHalf. I’d drink it.
- Thinks that I am the new king. When Hilter was gaining power he recited this poem
Who’s afraid of the clattering train.
- Leads men, even though none follow at the beginning
Fought Depression with painting
I am a Great Man
The Clattering Train
Who is in charge of the clattering train?
The axles creak, and the couplings strain.
For the pace is hot, and the points are near,
And Sleep hath deadened the driver’s ear;
And signals flash through the night in vain.
Death is in charge of the clattering train!
- Maverick Thinking: Trainer and Diet; doesn’t care what other neurons are firing.
- Trains his mind. Uses brain training to fall asleep and stay sharp.
Enjoys competition: He often compliments players who sack him. (Also mind games>) Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett said Brady compliments players who sack him.
Looks for help: Hired a psychologist to help him being a 7th string QB at Michigan.
- Abides by the Law of Hardwork: From an article I read, it says that : “Former Patriots safety Rodney Harrison said Brady goaded him into working out at 5:30 A.M. by saying “Good afternoon!” every time Harrison arrived at 6:30 A.M.”
- Monomaniacal: Only football.. Here is a quote: “I do go to bed very early because I’m up very early. I think that the decisions that I make always center around performance enhancement, if that makes sense. So whether that’s what I eat or what decisions I make or whether I drink or don’t drink, it’s always football-centric. I want to be the best I can be every day. I want to be the best I can be every week. I want to be the best I can be for my teammates. I love the game and I want to do it for a long time. But I also know that if I want to do it for a long time, I have to do things differently than the way guys have always done it.”
- Always seeking perfection: Throwing coach… goes to bed at 830
- Irrational Confidence: Best decision, baddest motherfucker. Brady knew he’d be great. When he was drafted, he told Patriots owner Robert Kraft, “I’m the best decision this organization has ever made.”
- Has fun! Talks strays, Rex Ryan audible call. They just understand esitmeate how much fun KILLERS have. They are wolves in a blood lust in a chicken Koop. Destruction.
- Underdog Paranoia: 6th round
- Greater in Crunch Time: 5 game winning Superbowl Drives
- Quiet Killer: Doesn’t go public with it
- Defends the Kingdom: Stays on top, MJ like, Richard Branson like
- Everything is a challenge: paid practice squad guys who interspersed him. MAKE THE PARCITIRE REAL.
- Patient and in a Hurry: Wants to win now, patient in the pocket
- Rage of Losing: Brok a ping pong paddle. (MJ did the same type of thing often).
- Former teammate Darrelle Revis described Brady’s desire to win as a “sickness.”
- Similarly, Huard called Brady a “psychotic competitor,” referencing a time Brady threw a backgammon board across the room because he lost.
- Everyone is competition. Former Patriots backup Damien Huard said Brady once gave his teammates a pep-talk to make sure they wouldn’t lose to a group of local firemen in a charity game.
- Holds others to high standards: Works on body language because he gets so frustrated with mediocre
- Accused of cheating
Another version of Saint Francis’s life has him recovering from illness, still wanting to be a knight, but then having a vision. One day while walking he sees a man with leprosy, gets off his path, and embraces the man.
Photo: The statue of Francis the Knight stands outside the Basilica of St. Francis in Assisi.
More coming soon!
Cyrano de Bergerac (Fictional)
Howard Roark (Fictional)
Father Faria (Fictional)
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