NFL Player Quits “I don’t really need to be a millionaire.”

Waking up to the American dream. Corporate Sport plays two main roles in modern society – it is an organised distraction from politics and it teaches team mentality (my team vs your team), divide and conquer. People learn at a young age that they have to be loyal to “the team”, then that mentality transforms into blind loyalty for a political party, ideology or religion. I’ve got nothing against actually playing sport, just mindless sport as entertainment.

A professional football player says he walked away from the NFL, leaving more than $1 million on the table, after studying the works of Noam Chomsky and the Dalai Lama. (link)


“I’ve saved enough. It’s not like I’m sitting here and I’m a millionaire,” Moffitt said. “That’s what I kind of realized. I’m sitting here and I got to this point and I was like, what is the number that you need? How much do you really need? What do you want in life? And I decided that I don’t really need to be a millionaire.”



One thought on “NFL Player Quits “I don’t really need to be a millionaire.”

  1. Cam, all very good points. I like to ask people what their number is. The number that they need to achieve before they exit the rat race. Generally I find that when people think about it, they realise that their number is quite low and they relax a little

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