Habitual Excellence: Paul O’Neill, Jr. Reflects on a Year Since His Dad’s Passing
Today marks the one year anniversary of the passing ofpauloneilllegacy.com. He was, among other things, the CEO of Alcoa, United States Treasury Secretary, and non-executive Chairman of the firm Value Capture — a firm that I have been affiliated with for over three years.
Here is a blog post that I wrote a year ago in remembrance:
You can also read (and share) remembrances and tributes via this website if you like:
Today, we released an episode of the “Habitual Excellence” podcast where his son, Paul O'Neill, Jr. shares some stories and reflections:
In the year since his passing, I've spent a lot of time watching his videos and thinking about how what he taught and modeled challenges me to be a better leader – and a better person.
Last year, we published a free PDF eBook that is a collection of transcripts from some of Mr. O'Neill's speeches.
Value Capture also published another free PDF eBook that shares many stories and reflections from those who worked with Mr. O'Neill or were inspired by him:
You can watch videos of him and with him via this playlist I've curated:
And you can also listen to some episodes of Habitual Excellence that highlight his words or those who have been inspired by him, including these:
Even though we lost him a year ago, his legacy lives on and burns bright in many people…
Some other blog posts and podcasts I've done with him:
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