Last week, Kenny Moore went viral. Drew Dickson, CIO of Albert Bridge Capital, shared a story about how Moore, at that time an anonymous practice squad player fighting for a roster spot in the NFL, stopped to lend a helping hand and calming voice on a downtown Indianapolis street. Moore helped save an injured dog and, indirectly, perhaps the life of the dog’s owner, Dickson’s son Max. It was an eye-misting tale about the impact of authentic, unconditional kindness. Having recently spent time with Moore, I found the story not the least bit surprising.
Earlier this month on a Midwest road trip I stopped in Indianapolis to meet the third-year cornerback.