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10 Lessons Patient Advocates and Navigators Can Learn from the Superbowl

I’ll confess that I’m not a big football fan.  And I’m certainly not a big fan of sports metaphors (which actually drive me crazy in business because I think they are exclusionary – not everyone understands them.)

But I am a fan of learning good business lessons from the experiences we have and the activities that are going on around us.  And the lessons we can pull from the Superbowl are, well… super.  So please forgive the sports metaphors for the moment, and see what you can learn:

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  1. February 5, 2012 at 3:56 pm

    The Superbowl is about heart.

    You must love the game of football in order to make it to the Superbowl. You must have heart!

  2. February 6, 2012 at 12:53 pm

    The Superbowl is about ingenuity. Like the tailback who scored the “butt/seated” touchdown, as healthcare advocates, we often have to find a way to succeed on behalf of our clients that is unusual or unsuspecting. It is often this inventiveness that leads to a positive outcome for the client and for our business!

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