Top Ten Tiger Woods Lessons for Success:
1. Expect to win.
Know in your heart that you are a winner.
2. Let your expectations show.
Express no doubts, let your competitors
and your friends know that you have none.
3. 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.
4. Dress and act like a winner.
This is a part of keeping yourself in a
winning frame of mind.
5. Have a sense of drama - don't create it but know it when you see
You don't have to seek out publicity, but
know how to accept and use it when it comes to you.
6. Know that there is always room to grow.
Being the best does not mean you can't be
7. Hang with the winners.
They understand the pressures and
situations in which you will find yourself.
8. Put yourself in situations where you are not known as a success.
May be difficult, but this helps you to
9. 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.
10. Remember those who need help.
Somewhere, someone helped you - be
willing to give back.
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