Steph Curry with his daughter, Riley, on the way to another NBA Championship in 2018
Steph Curry is an NBA star. Steph Curry is a Father.
Steph Curry just stepped up, with a highly link to the #HeForShe leader, Emma Watson.
A great example of #BeautifulLeadership expressed in a few tweets, as follows:
So, on November 21, 2018, Chris Morrison, a Dad from Napa, California, tweeted to Emma Watson, leading advocate and spokesperson for #HeForShe, asking for support in reaching Steph Curry. BTW, men, take a look at #HeForShe, walk the talk on supporting women, please.
@EmmaWatson Hi Emma, I know you are a big advocate for women. I was hoping you could retweet my daughter’s letter to @StephenCurry30 . This is her small way of making a difference and speaking up for women. You are a role model for her. We both would be very thankful. pic.twitter.com/mYNRtPMXP0
— Chris Morrison (@Morn24) November 21, 2018
Here is Steph’s reply on November 29th:
— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) November 29, 2018
Yesterday, in my post about “Patagonia’s Righteous Flywheel“, I said: “A simple thought is that your Brand is who you are, your Branding is how you represent this to the world. This company is absolutely clear on who they are.”
As a former Basketball player and a fan, I’ve followed Steph Curry throughout his career. As I see it, this was absolutely who he is.
Simple, and #BeautifulLeadership.
Also published on Medium.