Last night, in an upset, the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the 6-time Super Bowl-winning New England Patriots. As most of you know, I am a bigger fan of the football referred to on this side of the Atlantic as soccer, but I believe championship games like last night’s Super Bowl hold lessons for us all.
Whether an underdog like the Eagles or a dynasty like the Patriots, winning teams have one thing in common: they are clear on their purpose, their direction, and their goals. As I shared with our Middle Georgia State community at our State of the University Address two weeks ago, five years into our existence as one institution, we are gaining clarity.
Read more here about the importance of clarity in the President’s blog.