Apollos Hester: Texas high school football player who will make you feel unstoppable

Screenshot: YouTube

Screenshot: YouTube

Apollos Hester is not just any high school football player. This Texas teenager has a future as a motivational speaker.

Apollos was pumped up after Friday night’s football game when his team, East View Patriots beat the opposing team 42-41. In a post-game interview he told reporter, Lauren Mickler that his team started slow, but they knew they were going to finish fast.

Apollos didn’t stop there, he spoke from the heart saying “it’s an awesome feeling when you know you’re truly going to be successful.”

Watch the video, and get inspired.

 

 

Maybe I’ll send this video clip to a few news managers who could learn a thing or two about motivating their news team.

I predict you’ll be seeing a lot of Apollos Hester in the coming days on talk shows and morning shows. Well that’s if it doesn’t interfere with his football schedule.

Nice job Apollos and thanks for reminding us we can all be a success!

 

 

 

 

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About Rebecca Aguilar

Journalism is my life. I've been a reporter for 35 years. My office is the world. During my career I have been honored with 50 journalism awards and nominations. I'm also an Emmy-nominated TV commentator. I'm currently the VP of Programs for SPJ Fort Worth Chapter. I'm also the former VP of Online for the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.

Posted on September 22, 2014, in Inspirational, Journalist, Sports and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Cool interview. I hope Lauren Mickler will consider not using the term dog-fight in a cute, fun, casual manner. We all now know that dog fighting is vicious, horrible and employs the torture and death of innocent animals for entertainment and money. Lets just cut it out of casual conversation and save for the courtroom where the criminals who run dog fighting are tried.

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