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Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson is one of the most promising young players in the NFL, but he believes that true success lies in leading his team from a perspective of service. In this inspiring, practical book, Deshaun illustrates how the seven qualities of a servant leader can lead to a more successful life. Deshaun Watson was only eleven when his family receive Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson is one of the most promising young players in the NFL, but he believes that true success lies in leading his team from a perspective of service. In this inspiring, practical book, Deshaun illustrates how the seven qualities of a servant leader can lead to a more successful life. Deshaun Watson was only eleven when his family received a house from Atlanta Falcons running back Warrick Dunn through Dunn’s charity, Homes for the Holidays. But that early gift left a lasting impression, teaching Deshaun that generosity and service to others are important parts of true success. Now a star in his own right, and the most promising young player in the NFL, Deshaun reveals the lessons that have guided him throughout his life. From Deshaun’s early days in Gainesville, Georgia, where he nursed his mother through cancer, to his years at Clemson—where he graduated in three years while being nominated for the Heisman twice—to his first few seasons in the NFL, Deshaun has distinguished himself as a leader by putting the others first. In Pass It On, Deshaun opens up about the seven core values that have guided him on his own journey. Generosity Empathy Self-Sacrifice Service Commitment Strength Values in Action Interweaving stories from his life with practical advice that every reader can apply, Deshaun demonstrates how true strength lies in putting others first.


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Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson is one of the most promising young players in the NFL, but he believes that true success lies in leading his team from a perspective of service. In this inspiring, practical book, Deshaun illustrates how the seven qualities of a servant leader can lead to a more successful life. Deshaun Watson was only eleven when his family receive Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson is one of the most promising young players in the NFL, but he believes that true success lies in leading his team from a perspective of service. In this inspiring, practical book, Deshaun illustrates how the seven qualities of a servant leader can lead to a more successful life. Deshaun Watson was only eleven when his family received a house from Atlanta Falcons running back Warrick Dunn through Dunn’s charity, Homes for the Holidays. But that early gift left a lasting impression, teaching Deshaun that generosity and service to others are important parts of true success. Now a star in his own right, and the most promising young player in the NFL, Deshaun reveals the lessons that have guided him throughout his life. From Deshaun’s early days in Gainesville, Georgia, where he nursed his mother through cancer, to his years at Clemson—where he graduated in three years while being nominated for the Heisman twice—to his first few seasons in the NFL, Deshaun has distinguished himself as a leader by putting the others first. In Pass It On, Deshaun opens up about the seven core values that have guided him on his own journey. Generosity Empathy Self-Sacrifice Service Commitment Strength Values in Action Interweaving stories from his life with practical advice that every reader can apply, Deshaun demonstrates how true strength lies in putting others first.

30 review for Pass It On: Work Hard, Serve Others ...Repeat

  1. 5 out of 5

    Marcia

    The young quarterback shares his experiences and views. He is inspiring in his views of service and leadership. He also came under fire this summer for making anti-semitic comments on social media, which he later apologized for. Interesting to see this side of him.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Angelica

    An unfullfilling memoir turned self-help. As a person who loves both memoirs and self-help genres, I was extremely disappointed. The books starts with Watson's below-poverty childhood. This is supposed to be the part where the reader feels he can relate and is then hooked on the book. Watson didn't provide this experience. Instead, he listed his hardships, and then amazingly they were over. I wanted to know how they felt; I wanted bullying stories; going hungry; neighborhood tussles; and all the An unfullfilling memoir turned self-help. As a person who loves both memoirs and self-help genres, I was extremely disappointed. The books starts with Watson's below-poverty childhood. This is supposed to be the part where the reader feels he can relate and is then hooked on the book. Watson didn't provide this experience. Instead, he listed his hardships, and then amazingly they were over. I wanted to know how they felt; I wanted bullying stories; going hungry; neighborhood tussles; and all the things that go along with growing up in the slums. Watson fails to get my emotions involved. As I read on, he told story after story where he fell into success because he was unnaturally talented, was a fast learner, etc. It felt like I was reading about a man who won the lottery, or was born with superpowers, rather than about a man who started low and did the right things to get high. His book felt like too much positivity and too shallow for it to be real. The highlights focus on things like determination, humility, loyalty, etc. that are in every other self-help book out there. I wanted Watson's story, not a list of his successes and garble about leadership mindsets. Overall, don't waste your time. This book is unrelatable, lacks excitement and character. If you are interested in how and why people become successful, go read any of Malcolm Gladwell's books, starting with "Outliers".

  3. 5 out of 5

    Camden

    This book is a great book to read if you play football. it is narrated by Deshawn Watson and it teaches the readers about how he grew up. Pass it on is literally the term to be used when reading this book, pass it on means to pass his story on. He grew up as a youngster with a single mom he was located in sketchy parts of a city where there were gunshots and gang-affiliated areas all around. I strongly suggest this book because it shows how you can make nothing and turn it into something it also This book is a great book to read if you play football. it is narrated by Deshawn Watson and it teaches the readers about how he grew up. Pass it on is literally the term to be used when reading this book, pass it on means to pass his story on. He grew up as a youngster with a single mom he was located in sketchy parts of a city where there were gunshots and gang-affiliated areas all around. I strongly suggest this book because it shows how you can make nothing and turn it into something it also shows how true strength can lead you in life.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jack Thow

    It is a wonderful book that talks about how to change perspectives on hardships faced and see their beauty. A really insightful read for leadership discussions and how to remain humble. Must read for athletes and leaders around the world in general.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jimmy Bucks

    Book was insane... unreal! Highly recommend. Would give more than five stars if I would

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