Ted Winsley on Purpose, Identity, and Leadership: Lessons from the Philadelphia Eagles and His Journey in Ministry
In this episode of the L3 Leadership Podcast, Ted talks about what he’s learned about life and leadership by being the chaplain of the Philidelphia Eagles.
“The test you fail is the one that you will see again.” – Ted Winsley
3 Key Takeaways:
1. Ted shares his experience in a dramatic career change, and how he found his way through that transition.
2. We explore how we value things based on people’s opinions.
3. Ted also discusses why it’s crucial to safeguard against tying our identity to fleeting successes or material possessions.
About Ted Winsley: Ted has been chaplain to the players of the Philadelphia Eagles since 2001 and is also the chaplain for the Voorhees & Cherry Hill Police Departments. Pastor Ted serves on several boards: Cherry Hill, NJ & IHOC (Interfaith, homeless, outreach, counsel). He is also on the front lines as a facilitator for the Certified Resilient Minds and trains across professions on how to cope with trauma.
He has been married to Dawn, his college sweetheart, since 1993 and is the proud father of two children, Tierra and Theodore II, and grandfather to Jonathan. Pastor Ted is the author of View from the End Zone: Four Tests You Must Pass to Win in Life.
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