Quote of the Day from Tiger Woods

"I view my life in a way … I’ll explain it to you, OK?" he told his small audience in Florida. "The greatest thing about tomorrow is, I will be better than I am today. And that’s how I look at my life. I will be better as a golfer, I will be better as a person, I will be better as a father, I will be a better husband, I will be better as a friend. That’s the beauty of tomorrow. There is no such thing as a setback. The lessons I learn today I will apply tomorrow, and I will be better."

That’s from this article on ESPN.com about Tiger. (Hat tip Kevin Cherrick.)

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Speaking of sports superstars, this is an interesting article from an old Fortune about Lebron James’ brand. He is managing it like a business strategist would. He and his inner circle held a retreat with sessions with titles such as "China 101: Pop Culture, Media, and Sports," "Brand Globalization," and "LeBron Brand in China."

6 Responses to Quote of the Day from Tiger Woods

  1. Olga Loraine Kofman says:

    Thanks for that quote, it rings well.

  2. etavitom says:

    great quote! thanks so much for sharing….

  3. Garrett says:

    Well said Tiger!! Personal improvement is a primary contributor to my happiness and optimism.

  4. umair says:

    How do i trackback these url’s..?

  5. Ben Casnocha says:

    If you use TypePad you can put in the trackback url listed above into the appropriate place when you post.

  6. golf says:

    While traveling in Korea recently, I was told about the high cost of playing golf there. A round of 18 holes near Seoul will be about US 200. This is a lot of money for the average Korean. One of my coworkers there has been playing golf for 2 or 3 years, and had only been on a golf course 7 or 8 times. Driving ranges are reasonably affordable. In fact my hotel even had one (well, more like 1/ 8 of one) on a rooftop with a large net.

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