I recently read Tony Dungy’s book called Quiet Strength. I always liked Tony Dungy even before reading his book. But now, I have an immense respect for him as a leader and a person. The reason why, in a word, is conviction.
Coach Dungy stayed true to his convictions, his beliefs, through good times and in bad. His courage of conviction inspired success! In his book he wrote, “I think people look more closely at our actions in rough times, when the emotions are raw and our guard is down. That’s when our true character shows and we find out if our faith is real.” This is most certainly true of those in positions of leadership. (more…)