I recently visited a FIFA World Cups event that is not even being held yet.
I had an opportunity to sit down with some of the top soccer players and coaches in the world, including the World Cup’s host nation of Qatar.
I was impressed by their commitment to creating an exciting, multi-sport event that would be a game changer for the world of soccer.
This was not a casual event for these coaches.
They had a vision for a world-class event.
They were passionate about the project.
I sat down with them for an interview.
They have all of the qualities I look for in a coach.
In addition to being a coach, they have an incredible ability to connect with players and the fans, which is very rare.
They are passionate about soccer.
They want to win.
The biggest challenge is connecting with players, especially the young ones.
You need to have a clear vision and vision of the vision you want to create.
I have coached players of all ages and they are always looking to grow as a player.
The main challenge for a coach is finding a place where they can be successful.
It’s a very hard thing to do.
I am a big believer in the value of the environment, but I have to ask myself, are the people around me really paying attention?
It is very important to have an environment that is really welcoming and respectful of everyone.
When I saw these coaches and the enthusiasm they brought to the event, it was amazing.
It made me realize the value in creating a great environment for all.
It is a great opportunity to build a good environment.
It will be fun to see what happens with the World Cups and other major sporting events that will happen in the future.
I hope we can all learn from this experience.
I will be at the 2018 FIFA World Cares conference in February in London, England.
You can catch up on all of our FIFA WorldCares coverage at FIFA.com/worldcares.
I can’t wait.
Thank you for reading.
This is a condensed transcript of an interview conducted on March 16, 2018.