Super Bowl Super Star: Tom Brady and his extraordinary willpower (part 1)

As the greatest American rugby player and married to supermodel Gisele Bundchen, Tom Brady is the NFL superstar.

In March 2020, Tom Brady, 42, left New England Patriots after 20 years of attachment. If in football, this is an event equivalent to Lionel Messi’s farewell to Barca. Brady has been wearing the Patriots since the beginning of his professional career at the NFL. He is also exalted as GOAT: The best footballer of all time.

The achievements say it all. With the Patriots, Brady attended nine Super Bowl games (NFL finals) and won six which is more than any other player in history. He won the Super Bowl Best Player four times and another three NFL Best Player awards. This includes the classic Super Bowl of 2017, now known as the match 28-3.

Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots holds the Vince Lombardi Trophy after defeating the Atlanta Falcons 34-28 in overtime during Super Bowl 51 at NRG Stadium on February 5, 2017 in Houston, Texas. The Patriots defeated the Falcons 34-28 after overtime. / AFP PHOTO / Timothy A. CLARY

ot only successful on the pitch, Brady also has a fulfilling life. He is 1m93 tall, has a handsome face and his wife is a famous supermodel Gisele Bundchen. In the eyes of many Americans, Brady is the perfect man and a real-life superhero. However, to get the current position, Brady has gone through extraordinary days of hard training and has not stopped yet.

For those who are new to rugby and Tom Brady, you can relate him as a version of Cristiano Ronaldo in the world of football. The Portuguese is famous not only for his talent for soccer, but also for his professionalism, discipline, scientific lifestyle and the desire to win to the extreme. So is Brady.

Since he was an intern at the University of Michigan at Merrill Lynch, Brady has shown more disciplined qualities than people. Tom is always polite to all, works hard, completes all assigned tasks and likes to feel busy.

Brady does research data collection before client meetings. And he did so well that after the summer of his second intern, he was invited to talk to his boss. He affirmed he would have a bright future in the financial industry, but Brady was determined to try professional football.