Few NFL coaches have ever been considered more of a role model than Tony Dungy.
At 25 and 28 years old, respectively, Dungy was the youngest assistant coach and coordinator in league history. His career winning percentage (.668) as a head coach is second to only Bill Belichick for those coaching at least 100 games in the last 40 years, and he was the first black head coach to win a Super Bowl in 2007 with the Indianapolis Colts.
You don’t get that good without learning a few things along the way. For inspiration on finding good mentors, stepping out of your comfort zone, taking risks and more, watch these videos on Tony Dungy’s tips for success.