Book Review – Silent Power by Tony Dungy

Many people know Tony Dungy as the head coach of NFL who in 2007 took Peyton Manning and Indianapolis Colts into the Super Bowl. You also know he's watching television on a television as a notifier, honest guy. But many of us have no idea about her education and about the people and experiences she has today embraced. Silent Force is a memo written by Dungy's super bowl and one of the most sensational years of life.

The book takes Tony's life in chronological order, starting with his childhood and his home life. Dungy had two moral parents. He mentions in his book how to put in peace and the difference between right and wrong. Dungy always says that if she is frustrated or someone has to face, she has to think back to what her father told her and guessed that the cry would be all right and bring it to a better position. From the beginning of the book we can say that Dungy is there, and he has always been a family member.

As a teenager, Tony was an excellent athlete. He played college high school basketball and football. As a tall, slim, muscular young man, he was a prominent basketball player and was actually a footballer in the national football team. He was so good at playing at the University of Minnesota. Dungy spent four years with Golden Gophers and thought he was having a great time playing in the NFL. One thing, however, is that you do not have the typical building or college statistics of the NFL Championship and you should have worked hard on a professional team. She was skeptical about getting her and her suspicions proved to be right, as she never got a call from a professional team. However, the Steelers eventually gave him the opportunity and signed him as a free agent to play in the defensive fields.

Dungy spent most of his time in the organization of Steelers. He was comfortable in Pittsburg because the owner was a family rather than a boss. Due to his small size he made the team defensive and shortly after winning a Super Bowl. Dungy played for the best team at the time, and he ended up with a win for a player of three years. Although he played professional football, he knew that his NFL days were limited and he needed to do another job he could do after his playing days. As an intelligent young man who proved to be both leader and defender, he was in a unique position to become an excellent coach.

Tony held a number of training sessions for teams such as Minnesota Golden Gophers at NCAA and Pittsburg Steelers, Kansas City Chiefs and Minnesota Vikings at the NFL. Dungy knew all the right people in the teams he was playing for and was prepared for the coaching career due to his concern and character. His first coaching work for several years was coordinator and assistant coach. Owners of the Glazers, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, hired him as head coach. Glazers and Dungy had a great relationship throughout their career in Tampa Bay. They fully supported him and his immediate ideas about the leadership of the entire national football team. Dungy had teamed up for NFC championships for years, but never got to the biggest game. The Glazers therefore decided to release Dungy's coach. Not only were they fired, but also coach. This most disturbed Tony; he had the feeling of finding another job in the NFL, but he had a terrible time on his assistant coaches, which Dungy's trainer himself hand-picked, may not have such a future.

Shortly after, the Buccaneers organization, and did not know what God planned for him, Dungy's trainer came home one day to find a message from the Indianapolis Colts owner. The Colts owner told him that he had fired his coach recently and knew that Tony would be perfectly fit for head-coaching work in Indianapolis. Tony and his new boss developed a football team as part of a community, not just winning games. Tony's theory of morality, self-determination and the family would be benevolent for footballers in India in particular.

Dungy's trainer has inherited an exceptional offense in Indianapolis under Peyton Manning. The defense needed work and confidence, but with Dungy they played faster at a different level. Every year the team started playing the playoffs where they usually met with their rivals, the New England Patriots. The Patriots usually got the best from Colts, but not in 2007. Dungy won almost all of his regular play, defeated everyone in the playoffs and then destroyed Chicago Bears in the NFL Super Bowl. Dungy trainer became the first African American leader to win the Super Bowl and immediately knew he needed to use his knowledge and reputation to make the world a better place. Dungy knew that a successful black man with such an important title and world championships could have an impact on him.

Tony Dungy has always been a busy man, working seven business days, usually just a few hours of sleep. Nevertheless, he always found time to do charity work. This includes church work, charity organizations with his wife, Lauren, and All Pro Apa. This organization focuses on fathers to become better people all over the world and to teach these people to be there for their children. The concept is simple but deeply important. Imagine how many children in this world do not know who his father is and that there is no male presence in their lives. Every Pro Father teaches fathers and even male figures to be role models for younger people in the world.

Although Dungy's coach proved to be a great man and noble person behind the scenes, he makes it great; it first puts on your family and always makes them the number one priority. Not only are Tony and Laura having many children who have begun to accept it. Since they are so fortunate in the world and financially well-off, they have had a better life for black orphan children. Anyone with a baby knows he can be a blessing, but sometimes it's difficult. Often in life, children can bring incredible happiness, but sad moments as well. The first child adopted by Tony and Laura lacks a critical gene that would allow pain. Since the child does not feel pain, his parents must always watch the child to make sure that he does not do anything that would unknowingly harm him.

Most of Dungy's coach is uplifting, positive, but there is one part of the book that is surprising to the reader. During Dungy's 2007 championship season he called in the middle of the night. Everyone knows that calls in the middle of the night are never good and that was the heart of the call; Dungy's son Jamie committed suicide. Dungy repeatedly says he will never know what caused Jamie to take his life, but he knows that Jamie first put his life in God and is undoubtedly in Heaven. It is very sad to read the horrible things that happened to such great people, but Dungy positively laid the scene. She said that Jamie had blessed her for eighteen years and must remember that she was happy. Jamie never had an enemy and was very friendly. What Tony Dungy wrote about Jamie is very clear that Jamie was as good as her father.

After reading Dungy's reminder, it's obvious: Dungy's trainer lived his life for God. Life leads to high highs and lowers. The thing that makes us all special and distinctive is how we react to these situations. Dungy has learned to hold on to the hard spots of life and stay modest for the caliber of the championship. Tony Dungy plays a role for everyone and we can all learn a positive lesson from reading his book. This book is from 5 to 5.

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