Yet Another 101 Best of TUNNEYSIDE of Sports Columns

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In Yet Another 101 Best of TUNNEYSIDE of Sports Columns, former NFL referee Jim Tunney looks at sports issues - good, bad, right, or wrong - and draws from them positive examples for everyday living. His insights and observations can make a difference in anyone's personal and/or professional life and help make life more fun, healthier, and more productive. Topics include attitude, character, competence, courage, family, honor, integrity, judgement, mentoring, personal growth, success, and teamwork.

What's inside:

Chapter 1: Attitude
Chapter 2: Character
Chapter 3: Competence
Chapter 4: Courage
Chapter 5: Family
Chapter 6: Honor
Chapter 7: Integrity
Chapter 8: Judgment
Chapter 9: Personal Growth
Chapter 10: Sportsmanship
Chapter 11: Success
Chapter 12: Teamwork

What others are saying:

Jim's unflagging pursuit of truth and integrity was central to who he was as at legendary NFL referee. It's that same view of the world that serves as a beacon in everything he touches. This book is an honest and brilliantly smart look at sports and life. Boy, am I lucky to call him a neighbor and a friend.
 -Jim Nantz
  CBS Sports Broadcaster

I have been privileged to know Jim for more than 30 years. He is a legendary football official, and I have always admired and respected special ability as a teacher. When he writes about integrity, character, and personal responsibility, you can trust his words. Time spent reading this book is time well spent.
 -Roger Goodell
  NFL Commissioner

Although Jim Tunney may have spent his career looking for the worst in men, this book proves he much prefers looking for the best in them.
 -Rick Reilly
  Former Sports Illustrated and ESPN columnist

Being on the field with Jim I respected his ability as a referee, but more than that I learned to appreciate his character and integrity. You will read in this book how sincere he is in wanting to help others
 -Steve Young
  Pro Football Hall of Fame Quarterback (2005)
  Played 14 seasons, named Super Bowl XXIX MVP

Jim's observations on the field were crystal clear. It stands to reason that his observations of life would be the same. You'll enjoy this book!
 -Chris "Boomer" Berman
  ESPN Commentator
  Considered the face of ESPN 1979-2016

When Jim wrote it's the Will Not the Skill extolling my background as well as my principles and philosophies of success, I came to appreciate the value of his writings. Not only will you enjoy this book, you will from Jim's wisdom.
 -Herm Edwards
  Head Football Coach
  Arizona State University