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Lessons about Personal Strengths from Cal Ripken, Jr. Baseball legend Cal Ripken, Jr., spoke last week-end at the Glazer-Kennedy InfoSummit in Baltimore.
What an amazing life story he shared! I was lucky enough to get this photo with him after his talk. Cal’s 21-year career with the Baltimore Orioles included playing 2,632 consecutive games. That’s nearly 17 straight years without missing a game. An astonishing feat. What kind of person does it take to achieve that kind of record? Many rookies asked Cal that same question in his later years. Cal covered these eight traits in his presentation to our group and illustrated them with fascinating stories from his career.
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