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Episode 9: Humbleness vs. Ego – Why Personality Ethics Matter with Marques Ogden
September 23, 2020

In this episode of Leaders who Learn, hear Marques Ogden talk about his journey from NFL athlete, to an ego-centric toxic leader, to a humbled and bankrupt business owner, to reenergized and effective coach, author, speaker, and mentor. This incredible story of loss, self-awareness, and leadership is absolutely inspiring. Marques also talks about why Race in America is a "life" thing and not a "race" thing. Want to hear more?

Growing up in a single parent home with a father that inspired perseverance and fairness, Marques Ogden learned how to define his values and set goals. Ogden attended Howard University from 1998-2002 where he played Division I football. He then followed his dream and his brother Jonathan’s footsteps, eventually getting drafted into the NFL in 2003. Overall, he played for 5 years as an offensive lineman with the Titans, Bills, Ravens and Jaguars. Even during the off season, Ogden helped train football players in Europe, both physically and mentally. Thank you for listening!