Ten lessons for success from Tiger Woods.
- Expect to win.
Know in your heart that you are a winner.
- Let your expectations show.
Express no doubts, let your competitors and your friends know that you have none.
- Work, practice, work, and practice some more.
At the top of his field, he can still be seen hitting buckets of balls until dark – even if he’s just won.
- Dress and act like a winner.
This is a part of keeping yourself in a winning frame of mind.
- Have a sense of drama – don’t create it but know it when you see it.
You don’t have to seek out publicity, but know how to accept and use it when it comes to you.
- Know that there is always room to grow.
Being the best does not mean you can’t be even better.
- Hang with the winners.
They understand the pressures and situations in which you will find yourself.
- Put yourself in situations where you are not known as a success.
May be difficult, but this helps you to stay real.
- Value and protect your free time and do what you enjoy.
The discipline of being a winner needs a safety valve from time to time.
- Remember those who need help.
Somewhere, someone helped you – be willing to give back.