I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Tony Dungy is a man that I respect greatly and his book was a great read. For me to actually pick up a book, keep it up and finish it is a real compliment to the author since it doesn’t happen that often. I didn’t get the “I love to read” gene that my brother got. This book would be especially great for coaches or athletes seeking to do things the right way. It talks a lot about his faith and how he relies on it in football and in the rest of his life. Given the challenges he has faced and the things he has accomplished it seems like a pretty decent way to live life.