Former New England Patriots quarterback Tom Flick spoke at the 2015 Association of Legal Administrators Conference & Expo that took place in Nashville, Tennessee from May 17-May 20. Over 1,200 attendees went to the event and there were almost 200 booths that represented by 150 business partners and speakers, including legal industry speakers that can inform on just about every angle in the business of law. Flick’s main message to the crowd was that in order to be a leader, you have to evolve and grow your projects. In addition to that, to be a manager means to just keep it at status quo.
The Bellevue, Washington native got his career in football started by playing for the University of Washington where he led the team to winning the 1980 Pac-10 Championship. He also managed to bring them to the Rose Bowl in 1981 and the 1979 Sun Bowl. After his graduation, he was picked up by the Washington Redskins in the 1981 NFL draft during the fourth round. After a year he went to New England for two, then Cleveland for two, then one a piece with San Diego and the New York Jets. After his football career was over he created the business Tom Flick Communications and currently resides back in his home state of Washington.
Flick’s speech this May in Tennessee was highly rated and inspiring to the people who got to hear him speak. Since the former quarterback does a lot of motivational speaking as well, it wouldn’t be a shock if he were to be invited back next time.
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