Posted October 10, 2018 11:07:13AUSTIN, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Matt Stafford has been a big success story in football for many years, but he’s now in a unique position to be able to teach young people in the U.S. to trade for their future.

Stafford was recently interviewed for a show on CNBC called The Trading Off Economy, and the former Detroit Lions quarterback shared some valuable lessons he has learned in trade school.

He said that he was able to work with people from different countries to get them the trade skills they need to become successful, and even helped teach his daughter how to be a better teacher.

The former NFL quarterback and former NFL running back said that trade school was important for him to get his students to understand that they are more than just commodities to be traded.

He said, “It’s an opportunity to educate your students.

It’s not just a way to get some quick money.”

Stafford’s experience with trade school helped him understand that the education of the people in a country can make all the difference.

He added, “I know that in the United States, you can make money selling your soul and it’s just as important as if you sold it in another country.”

According to the former quarterback, he was taught about the benefits of trade in the trade school, and he added, that it was an education that made his kids better people.

The trade school teacher, who is now working in education, said that if he were to give a TED Talk about his experience working with young people and trading, people would respond, “That’s so cool.”