View, Learn and Enjoy – All At Your Own Pace
This Lesson is a part of David’s Master Course: Rush Into The Fire
- 3 Sections
- 6 Video Lessons
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This course helps students and leaders embrace the inevitable adversity faced in life by getting comfortable with being uncomfortable. David Cornwell explains how this practice has helped him be fearless in tough situations and take away a lesson from every adverse experience. Through this course, you will be able to walk towards adverse situations rather than back away from them as well as use mindfulness to constantly be on top of others' next move.
- Learn to stop accepting things at face value and envision possibilities beyond what you see
- Gain the ability to use mindfulness to prepare for adverse situations
- Be able to walk into the fire instead of turning away from it
- Learn to embrace the adversity in your life and learn something from it every time
- Gain the courage to ask others questions and take every opportunity for learning that you can
Your Sport Mind
- Board Member, Sports Law Associate
- Executive Director, NFL Coaches Association
- Partner, Barnes & Thornburg's Litigation & Entertainment, Media & Sports Practice Group
For more than 25 years, Mr. Cornwell has represented a variety of sports industry individuals and entities, including professional and amateur athletes, sports agents, coaches, league and team executives, professional teams and universities, sports and marketing agencies, and related companies. In addition to his experience in private practice, Mr. Cornwell has served as legal counsel to the NFL, as a professional sports agent, and as vice president and general counsel for the Upper Deck Company.
Many of Mr. Cornwell’s representations have been covered by national media, including his representation of Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston, NFL player Jonathan Martin, and Major League Baseball players Ryan Braun and Alex Rodriguez, along with other appeals of discipline under the major sports’ disciplinary, drug and steroid policies. He also developed and implemented the NFL’s minority hiring program that paved the way for the league’s first black head coaches.