Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin has his hands full this football season.
Lost his quarterback to injury, the drama of losing star player Antonio Brown and an 0-3 start to the NFL season. And the recent helmet swing attack on the Steelers quarterback.
When he coached the players back to .500 Tomlin won kudos from them for his ability to motivate his players and get the best out of them in a trying situation.
His players admired his consistency day by day.
Working our way through adversity takes strength of mind – accepting the disadvantages we must accept, dealing with them all the while maintaining positivity and some standard to succeed once again.
Out of bad comes good.
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