David “Kap” Kaplan has stories. Lots of them. Many almost unbelievable if you didn’t have proof they in fact happened. But thank goodness for the internet, documentaries, sports historians, and celebrities like Oprah Winfrey!
As you’ll hear in our 30-minute Chalk Talk chat, Kap went to great lengths to avoid going to law school and launch his sports career. You might even describe his younger self’s actions as bold, gutsy or extreme. But I sure am glad that he did what he did in the early 1980’s (and every decade since).
Kap is a standup man – the epitome of both sports and human greatness. He is also proof that when you “live life all in” – his personal mantra – you can do and be anything you want. You can also be what others around you need: present.
So, whether you’re a philosophical person, a philanthropic advocate, a sports fanatic, or someone with career ambitions in the sports world, you’re going to want to hear what Kap shares in this very personal and memorable interview (even if you’ve never heard of him before today). Trust me, you will forever remember Kap’s name, along with every story he shares. You might even be motivated to read his books, watch his films, or join him on a 24-mile walk across Chicago on September 22. But I guess we won’t know if you feel the way I did until you hit play on this episode: