Amos Alonzo Stagg was an amazing athlete.
He played football, basketball, and baseball, all at a professional level.
He was inducted into both the basketball and football Hall of Fame – both as a player and a coach.
In fact, Amos coached until he was 92.
Along the way, he invented the “batting cage” to help his teams.
But maybe legacy isn’t measured by what we accomplish in our lifetime.
MAYBE IT’S MEASURED BY WHAT WE INVEST IN OTHERS.
Today, ask yourself, into whose hand am I slapping the baton, to go faster and further than I ever could?