Audible Minute with Nate Salley
Audible Minute - More in Common
Former Carolina Panther, Nate Salley, takes us back to the Olympic games. He shares how sports bring us together by taking us away from our contrasts and toward our commonalities. Nate challenges us to make a bond with those who may be different but have similarities like the love of the game and a desire to win.
Audible Minute - Sacrifice
Former Carolina Panther, Nate Salley, relates the sacrifices that veterans make to the sacrifices we make in our own lives. He encourages us to pursue our dreams, even if it means making sacrifices along the way.
Audible Minute - Stranger Danger
Former Carolina Panther, Nate Salley, encourages us to build stronger bonds with those we lead and love. Instead of being a stranger and putting ourselves in danger of losing them, we need to intentionally connect in a deeper way.
Audible Minute - Sorry, I Was On Mute
Former Carolina Panther, Nate Salley, encourages us to be heard by others. Are we giving good information to the right people so that they are interested in what we have to say...or are we on "mute"?
Audible Minute - One More
Former Carolina Panther, Nate Salley, relates the current craziness in the real estate industry to our own lives. Families that are selling their homes because the deal is too good to pass up might regret it in the end. When we walk away from our dream because it seems to be the right thing to do at the moment, sticking with the long-term plan just might be what makes our dream a reality.
Audible Minute - Do The Work!
Former Carolina Panther, Nate Salley, reminds us that when a close friend, family member, or someone on TV does something incredible, we must first commit to the process of putting in the work before we try to immediately accomplish what they've achieved.
Audible Minute - Deplane
Former Carolina Panther, Nate Salley, encourages us to "deplane" in our own life and reassess our current situation to make sure we are equipped to soar to new heights in the days to come.
Audible Minute - Complaining
Former Carolina Panther, Nate Salley, reminds us that complaining creates complacency, which is an enemy of execution. This ultimately prevents us from accomplishing our goals in life.