For Tim Daggett Olympic Gold was the culmination of a dream and the beginning of a journey that took him from glory to tragedy… and taught him the strength of courage, commitment, perseverance, and most of all, the power to believe in oneself. It began is Los Angeles during the 1984 Summer Olympic Games when Daggett stunned the world with his perfect 10 on the high bar and clinched the Gold for the USA. It almost ended in 1987 when he shattered the bones of his left leg, severing an artery and almost losing his leg. Despite this setback, Daggett battled his way back to win again. Today he is a broadcaster for NBC Sports, author of the biography Dare to Dream, a business owner, and coaches winners-both in the gym and the world of business…sharing his lessons on leadership. Tim lives with his wife and two children in Western Massachusetts.