Friday, April 1, 2016

Mr. Eddie George

Mr. Eddie George
c/o Ambassador Theater
219 West 49th Street
New York, NY  10019

Dear Mr. George,

My name is Matt Winick from Ann Arbor, Michigan and I find your work as a former football running back player, as a motivational speaker, and a tv personality to be very inspiring to me.   I enjoy learning about your career in football starting from Ohio State Buckeyes to NFL where you worked hard to overcome different struggles like improving yourself by practicing on football fields including learning how to fix mistakes.  In your football career, I was amazed on how you won the Heisman Trophy when you played college football and becoming the second NFL running back to rush for 10,000 yards while never missing a start. After you left your football career, I liked on how you created a reality tv show called I Married a Baller. In I Married a Baller, I enjoyed learning more about your life and your wife Taj..  Also in the show, I really like on how both of you added humor including life learning lessons to help viewers like me understand about life.   Another thing, I really like is how you are a motivational speaker explaining people about different advices to improve yourself.  In enjoy watching videos of your motivational speeches on youtube and on the internet because I like on how you explain about the need to work hard, not to give up when times are hard, try different methods to help improve your skill, and many others.  On January 29th, I enjoyed reading an article on SB Nation “Eddie George lost himself after the NFL until he found himself on Broadway.”  In the article, I enjoyed reading it because it did a great job explaining about how you worked hard on your struggle with a injury after football season, taking acting classes to learn acting, and later having a role on Chicago broadway.   

When I was in Pioneer high school I was on the Pioneer Swim and Dive Team where I was a swimmer.  In 2007 on the team I struggled because during my sophomore year on the team because I injured my back when I was doing weights before swimming. When I hurt my back I struggle on swimming different strokes including walking.  However, I got help from a physical therapist to help work with me on different exercises. Your story about working hard to overcome your struggle with a sports injury gave me motivation to continue getting help from physical therapist and have confidence in myself.   Mr. George, I have Autism with a learning disability and having it is hard for me because I have difficulty on comprehending on learning different subjects and get teased by other people. When other people tease me due to having a disability and struggle learning different things I feel down with losing motivation in myself.  Your work as a motivational speaker with advices like do the best you can, try learning new things, work on finding friends, be kind to others, and work hard being a good person really helps me feel motivated to work hard on Autism, try learning different things, use different methods to help me improve myself, and many others.

I strongly believe that you made a great difference as a football player, as a tv personality, and as a motivational speaker.  Mr. George, your story about working hard to overcome your struggles and being a motivational speaker really inspires me to work hard on my disability  and to continue working out to help me stay in shape. Here is $10 donation as a gift to you for making a great achievement to star in a Broadway show or you can use to donate to charity to help other people. Also here is a picture of me holding a flag as a gift to you for making a great impact on me. I was wondering if you could list 10 things that can help motivate me to work hard on Autism. Thanks for taking the time to read my letter, working hard to make a difference including working hard to overcome a struggle, and inspiring me. I wish you well on continuing your Broadway show.


Matt Winick

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