Our “C” word for this week is COMMITMENT. In the “C” You In the Major Leagues vernacular, COMMITMENT in leadership is someone who has a strong work ethic, is not easily distracted, prepares accordingly, and prioritizes.
This week’s guest certainly embodies that.
Dr. Elbie Loeb, who grew up in Junction City, Kan., and then got his degree from Kansas State University, spent much of his career as a doctor here in Kansas City — an internal medicine specialist, to be exact. In 2009, he began a stint as a doctor for the Kansas City Royals — until, after the 2014 World Series season, an infection took his eyesight in a matter of hours and forced him to stop doing something he loved to do.
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