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One Year Uncommon Life Daily Challenge

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One Year Uncommon Life Daily Challenge


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Beloved Super Bowl-winning Coach, Tony Dungy, is known for his truly uncommon character--as a coach, as a dad, and a mentor. Yet it didn't happen overnight. He learned the path to significance and ultimate success starts with a challenge that we can all take: to discover what God has in store for you by spending time with Him every day.

In The One Year Uncommon Daily Life Challenge, Tony Dungy shares 365 Scripture readings and reflections on how to live an "uncommon life" of integrity, honor your family and friends, to create a life of real impact, and connect with God in a deep way.

If you're truly uncommon, then you're dedicated to being more than what the world is calling you to be. You're ready to develop the beliefs, values, integrity, and faithfulness that lead to true victory in life. So step up to the challenge to spend time with God--and dare to be uncommon every day.

From the Preface

For the last fourteen years, Tony has been in a Bible study with a number of other coaches. Reading The One Year Bible each year, they have not only engaged in a study of God's Word, but have engaged in the building of a community. As coaches from their original group in Tampa Bay have changed teams or left the National Football League altogether during that time span, Tony has found that the One Year format keeps them connected as a community.

On any given day, they all know what the others are reading. Essentially, everyone is on the same page. This knowledge sparks e-mails or voice mails or direct conversations--"What did you think about those verses from Ezekiel? I needed to hear that today. It really spoke to me because…"

With this One Year Uncommon Life Daily Challenge, our hope is that the format will create the same sense of community for you...

The book focuses on seven themes, with each theme repeating every seven days. Therefore, every week you will read one devotion from each of the themes: Core, Family, Friends. Potential, Mission, Influence and Faith...Each devotion includes Scripture and an Uncommon Key--an application or action to implement based on what you've just read. This isn't just a "read-it-and-you're-done" type of devotional. The goal is to not only engage your mind, but to also challenge your heart. That, too, is worth sharing with the community that you may form with others.

If you miss a day, keep going. Don't try to catch up, and don't feel guilty. Yesterday is gone--spend time with God today. Our prayer is that every day you will be blessed by what you read and challenged to do more for God's Kingdom.

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In It for the Long Haul

Fix your thoughts on what is true, and honorable, and right, and pure, and lovely, and admirable. Think about things that are excellent and worthy of praise. Phl 4:8

Every year, football fans expect their teams to win. And if the previous season ended with a poor record or fans believe certain players have consistently played subpar ball (usually the quarterback), they want to see a change. The media often fuels the fire. Of course, what the fans and media see is not lost on the organization; management will look at free agents and the college draft as ways to shore up their team's fortunes for the coming season.

However, the best moves that teams make are often done without changing personnel. Sometimes the biggest improvement in productivity comes from players who are already on your roster, who have had a year to mature and grow, to learn your team's system and become further acclimated in their roles and responsibilities. Those teams never end up being the fan darlings in June or July, however, because they haven't "done enough to improve" their teams.

We're all like that. We think the grass is greener elsewhere, that the big splash is the best way to reach our goals. But sometimes the employees you already have will be the best fit for that new position in your organization. Give them a chance to prove themselves.

Oftentimes we find ourselves in settings where we don't need major changes; we merely need to readjust our thoughts and our focus.

This "greener grass" thinking can easily slip into a marriage, too—"I thought I married the right person, but I think so-and-so is better for me"—when the couple is going through troubled times. A husband or wife believes the answer lies outside their relationship when the real work needs to be done closer to home—with each other.

So next spring when the flowers bloom and the free agents switch teams, don't lose faith if not many names change on your team's roster. Sometimes the teams that focus on growing with the same personnel are the ones that make the greatest improvement and achieve lasting success.

Uncommon Key > It's human nature to look to the outside for improvement or growth, when often all you need is right in front of you. It may simply require refocusing on what is truly important. What do you need to refocus on right now?

About the Author(s)

Tony Dungy is a #1 New York Times bestselling author whose books include Quiet Strength, Uncommon,The Mentor Leader and Uncommon Marriage. He led the Indianapolis Colts to Super Bowl victory on February 4, 2007, the first such win for an African American head coach. Dungy established another NFL first by becoming the first head coach to lead his teams to the playoffs for ten consecutive years. He retired from coaching in 2009 and now serves as a studio analyst for NBC's Football Night in America. He and his wife, Lauren, are the parents of nine children.

Nathan Whitaker is an attorney who lives in Florida with his wife and two daughters. He graduated from Harvard Law School and has worked in football administration for the Jacksonville Jaguars and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. His firm currently represents NFL and college coaches.

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