Orlando Magic Sr. VP Pat Williams is a man of many passions -- marathons, writing books and his 19 children!
How can the lessons of the legendary Coach John Wooden help you in your every day life. Author, executive and cancer survivor Pat Williams explains and gives you a pep talk for discovering your hidden talents and passions.
Growing Bolder's Pat Williams Battling Cancer
This week, we learned a member of the Growing Bolder family is battling cancer. Pat Williams, who will be contributing motivational minutes in our upcoming season of Growing Bolder TV, reveals how he plans to wage this war.
Pat Williams: Coach Wooden's Keys to Success
Growing Bolder contributor and author Pat Williams enjoyed a long friendship with the legendary coach John Wooden. Pat explains why he wanted to surprise the late coach for his 100th birthday with a book that details Wooden's 7 guiding principles.
Growing Bolder Radio Show: April 7, 2012
In life, there's nothing you can't conquer, whether it's rowing across the world's oceans, living to 104 or launching a new career. Hear from people who are living proof that anything in life is possible with the right attitude.
Pat Williams: Focus
In nearly 1,500 interviews, NBA executive and author Pat Williams unlocked the key of basketball megastar Michael Jordan's success -- focus. Learn how to be like Mike and focus on this moment right now and start soaring to new heights in your life.
Executive Challenge: Pat Williams' Extreme Dream
He's one of the most influential people in NBA history, a prolific marathoner, the author of nearly 80 books, a motivational speaker and at age 72, he has an extreme dream. Pat Williams not only wants to beat cancer he wants to help find the cure.
Pat Williams: Mission Accomplished
One year ago, NBA executive and motivational speaker Pat Williams revealed he has multiple myeloma, an incurable, inoperable cancer. He declared that day, "The mission is remission." He returns with good news.
What can the basketball world teach you about life? Orlando Magic VP Pat Williams says even those with no interest in the sport will be inspired by the stories of the game's biggest names.