- Paperback: 304 pages
- Publisher: Tyndale Momentum; Enlarged ed. edition (March 1, 2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1414326823
- ISBN-13: 978-1414326825
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.8 x 8.9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 207 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #73,805 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Tony Dungy is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Quiet Strength. He led the Indianapolis Colts to Super Bowl victory in 2007, the first such win for an African American coach. Dungy had taken eight of his previous ten teams to the playoffs. With this victory, he joined Mike Ditka and Tom Flores as the only individuals to win the Super Bowl as a player and head coach. Dungy joined the Colts in 2002 after serving as the most successful head coach in Tampa Bay Buccaneers history. He has also held assistant coaching positions with the University of Minnesota, Pittsburgh Steelers, Kansas City Chiefs, and Minnesota Vikings. Before becoming a coach, Dungy played three seasons in the NFL. Dungy has been involved in a wide variety of charitable organizations, including the Fellowshp of Christian Athletes, Athletes in Action, Mentors for Life, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Boys & Girls Clubs, the Prison Crusade Ministry, and All Pro Dad. He also works with Basket of Hope, the Black Coaches Association National Convention, Indiana Black Expo, the United Way of Central Indiana, and the American Diabetes Association. He and his wife, Lauren, are the parents of six children: daughters, Tiara and Jade, and sons, Eric, Jordan, Justin, and the late James Dungy. They live in Indianapolis, Indiana and Tampa, Florida.
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What does it mean to be a man of significance? When Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy took home the trophy in Super Bowl XLI, fans around the world looked to him as the epitome of success. Athletic victory, professional excellence, fame and celebrity, awards and honors . . . he had it all. But even at that moment, Tony Dungy knew that those achievements had little to do with his ultimate significance as a man. Coach Dungy still passionately believes that there is a different path to significance-a path characterized by attitudes, ambitions, and allegiances that are all too rare but uncommonly rewarding. In Uncommon, Dungy reveals secrets to achieving significance that he has learned from his remarkable parents, his athletic and coaching career, his mentors, and his walk with God. You followed his life journey from Michigan kid to Super Bowl-winning coach in the #1 New York Times bestseller Quiet Strength. Now, in Uncommon, Tony Dungy takes you to the next level with a much-needed message on living a life of true significance-and finding the kind of success that satisfies.
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Dungy shares stories of role models he had in his life and the influence his dad made on him. It was the combination of the male role models and both of his parents that made a difference in his life. Anyone can be a positive role model to our young men today, and Dungy challenges men to do just that. Excellent challenge and principles to live by.
So it would be good for you & yours as well.
Actually it is a good read for parents as too!
I love this book.
very, very good points made.