Jordan Steffy joins us on this week’s episode of the podcast. Jordan played Quarterback for the University of Maryland. Jordan is a mentor at his core and he is a leader. He founded two non-profits called Children Deserve a Chance Foundation and Attollo Prep. At his organizations, they help lead young men and women to college. He is a community leader based on Lancaster, PA and Jordan is somebody who cares deeply about making this world a better place.
In this episode, we discuss what life was like for him growing up (4:30), the mentor he got in 8th grade (7:40), how he thought about money when he was young (10:50), why he was interested in academics (14:10), where he’d be if he didn’t play sports (17:40), his identity in high school (26:20), why playing QB was important to him (29:40), when Attollo Prep became something he wanted to pursue (32:00), his biggest win in college (35:20), how he leans on head vs. heart (38:30), what his routine looks like (41:00), what he does to make sure he’s empowering his people (44:30), leadership is about modeling (49:40), the questions he constantly asks (51:20), what it’d be like if he went through his program before going to Maryland (55:30), what he wishes he knew (59:30), how he created relationships while at the University of Maryland (1:02:30), his entrepreneurial spirit (1:05:50), what he does to intentionally get better (1:11:00), and how he captures the content he inhales (1:13:05)
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