Former professional football star Michael Strahan recently posted on Twitter about achieving success. Several of his social media followers agreed with him.
Even though he left the National Football League several years ago, Michael Strahan is one of the most recognized football athletes today. After a career in sports, he branched off to hosting TV shows.
Recently, Strahan, one of the co-hosts in the daytime TV show "Good Morning America," shared some inspiring words to his Twitter followers. It was short but meaningful.
Strahan's motivational quote seemed to have been based on his NFL career and his current work. He played as a defense for the New York Giants football team for 15 years. Strahan wrote in his post:
"Not if but when. The secret to success lies not in luck but in the things you do every day."
Many fans agree with what the 49-year-old former football star posted. A Twitter user commented in the comment section of the post that daily effort is essential.
A fan echoed Strahan's inspirational tweet and explained that one should center on being positive. This particular fan does not believe in luck but believes that determination is key for a successful career.
Another Twitter user also pointed out under Strahan's post that besides being focused, one should try hard to improve at work while also helping others to do the same thing.
However, his absence on the "GMA" in January left TV viewers wondering about his whereabouts.
Strahan's tweet came after he admitted in a recent interview that his new career was intimidating when he began working for "GMA." The famed football player retired from the game in June 2008.
As a football player, Strahan was used to getting down in the mud and dirt. Although he was not groomed to be on television, he continued to adapt and do his best in fulfilling his role as much as possible.
Although his career can be daunting, Strahan has enjoyed adding fun to his work. He mocked his fellow "GMA" co-host Robin Roberts' statement about living in a penthouse.
The fun facial expression Strahan gave behind Roberts' back caused other co-hosts and crew members to laugh on set, although Roberts was just joking about what she said on TV.
Strahan began hosting in "GMA" in 2014. Through hard work and his colleagues' support, the ex-football star has easily adjusted to his new work environment.
However, his absence on the "GMA" in January left TV viewers wondering about his whereabouts. It was later learned that Strahan was recovering at home because he tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.