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The Dynamic Leadership Podcast: Loyola Chicago’s Porter Moser

Guest Porter Moser - Loyola University - Chicago
24:35 min listen
Photo: Sports Illustrated

Porter Moser, Head Basketball Coach at Loyola University Chicago, visits Coach Bob Walsh on the Dynamic Leadership Podcast to discuss the focus that was needed to take Loyola to the 2018 NCAA Final Four. Moser, in his third head coaching stint, talks about the lack of patience in college athletics and how he dealt with being let go from his previous job leading a program. Returning to focus, Moser emphasizes winning the game right in front of you as opposed to fixating solely on championships.

 

 

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