SAN DIEGO—During the opening session at Monday's MBA CREF/Multifamily Housing Convention and Expo2019, Peyton Manning, two-time Super Bowl-WinningQuarterback and five-time NFL MVP, talked about the real worldleadership advice he picked up on the football field as a two-timeSuper Bowl Champion and how MBA attendees could translate it totheir own business.

According to Manning, the world and technology is changingminute by minute and the bar for success continues to be pushedhigher and higher. “When playing a team sport, you realize thepower of 'you' is the power of 'all of you.' Everyone contributes,and you need to surround yourself with the right people,” hesaid.

But is it only the fierce competitors who focus on the win whowill come out on top, he said. “You must develop a winningmindset,” he said, adding that you have to work the plan andexecute the plan. “The job starts with knowing better but it has toend with doing better. Leaders have to distinguish between all thenoise and act accordingly.”

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