Jim Tunney Gives Advice From His 40 Year Career In Sports From His Book It’s The Will, Not The Skill

Jim Tunney, former NFL Referee and author of IT'S THE WILL NOT THE SKILL

Jim Tunney had an exemplary career in sports.

A former high school coach, teacher, principal and district superintendent, he had a 40-year career in officiating football and basketball.

Thirty-one of those years he was an NFL Referee working a record 29 post-season games including 3 Super Bowls, 10 NFC/AFC Championship games, 6 Pro Bowls and 25 Monday Night Games.

He officiated some of the most memorable games in NFL history. His book Impartial Judgment: “The Dean of NFL Referees” Calls Pro Football As He Sees It, chronicles his NFL career.

As a Professional Speaker, he is Past President of The National Speakers Association. NSA named him Philanthropist of the Year in 2007.

As an author he has written and/or co-authored 9 books: Impartial Judgment, Chicken Soup for the Sports Fan’s Soul, Speaking Secrets of the Masters, You Can Do It!, Super Bowl Sunday, Insights into Excellence, Lessons in Leadership, Build a Better You and his most recent book, It’s the Will, Not the Skill.

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