TIM McGRAW'S CAREER PERSPECTIVE

Tim McGraw is enjoying the success of his career. He's got a new project coming up, his album "Set This Circus Down" continues to draw sales, and his single "Unbroken" is climbing up the charts.

However, Tim is very well aware of his blessings and has a philosophical attitude about his life. "What I want to get out of my career, out of everything I do, is good music and good friends," he says. "I want to be somebody who can be counted on. I want to instill that in my kids, too."

"When they grow up, I want somebody to be able to consider my kids for a project or anything that needs to be done and know that they'll take care of business. I want them to be able to say, 'Well that's a McGraw kid.' "

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have three children -- Gracie, Maggie and Audrey.

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