Tom Brady, New England Patriots coach, on the team’s non-religious beliefs and how they have helped him grow as a leader: “I’m not a religious person.

I think I’m gonna try to find a way to make some sense of this world and this culture. “

But when I was growing up, it wasn’t uncommon for me to hear, ‘You know what?

I think I’m gonna try to find a way to make some sense of this world and this culture.

I try not to think about what people say or think, or what’s gonna happen to me. “

I try to stay open to the world.

I try not to think about what people say or think, or what’s gonna happen to me.

“That’s why you’ve got to embrace that. “

And I think sometimes people are afraid to do that. “

That’s why you’ve got to embrace that.

And we’re going to keep trying to do our best to help the team win. “

You’ve got a chance if you’re open to whatever’s in front of you, that’s the way to be.

“But I would tell them, ‘Well, that just isn’t true. “

You know, you just can’t reach heaven. “

But I would tell them, ‘Well, that just isn’t true.

You know, you just can’t reach heaven.

“As we get older, I think the way I approach things is that if I’m not happy with something, I try my best to find out why, and how do I fix it, and make sure it doesn’t happen again. “

“If something doesn’t feel right, I just tell them why, how do we fix it. “

“Sometimes that doesn’t work, and sometimes that doesn. “

But that’s what we’ve been doing.””

Sometimes that doesn’t work, and sometimes that doesn.

But that’s what we’ve been doing.”