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Steve Shull: Former Miami Dolphins Linebacker and Current Real Estate Performance Coach

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Steve Shull

At the coin toss of Super Bowl XVII, Co-Captain of the Miami Dolphins Steve Shull knew he was ready for the moment.

Episode Description

At the coin toss of Super Bowl XVII, Co-Captain of the Miami Dolphins Steve Shull knew he was ready for the moment. What he did not know at the time was that his experience on the field and learning from Don Shula, one of the greatest coaches of all time, would help prepare him for a successful career coaching clients in a different sport. Steve passion for football, performance coaching, and everything in between makes for a special episode that is hard to skip through.

Episode Breakdown

0:00- Introduction

1:40- Steve's upbringing

2:40- The journey from William and Mary to the Pros

12:55- Trying to get a job at Conoco Oil before realizing the NFL dream

15:40- Playing for Don Shula, arguably the GOAT

18:08- Getting cut

24:00- Experiencing Super Bowl XVII

30:47- Steve's big play in Super Bowl XVII (Skip to 10:10 of video)

32:00- A career ending injury pushes Steve to change careers

40:00- Transitioning into Real Estate

42:18- Real Estate Performance Coaching

48:50- The Big Takeaway Episode 5: Preparation

50:32- Steve loves The Voice

54:25- Outro

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