Tiger Woods was on the local news last night as I was reading, writing, and enjoying the laughter, chatter, and sometimes tension between my son and his “cousin”, as they played a few feet away.
Tiger Woods is the greatest golfer I’ve ever seen. He’s a Dad just like me. We go to the same gym, for the same reasons.
But do I have an update on Tiger Woods? Not a chance.
I once asked Tiger Woods, “Do you ever get tired of being famous?” Without hesitating, he replied, “Since day one.”
It’s beyond my comprehension why others worry about what happened with such urgency and importance. And it confuses me why we don’t, generally speaking, have the same concern and focus on the people that mean the most to us.
PS. Heading to the gym today for the first time all week. Maybe Tiger wants to talk to me. Yeah right. 🙂
Lane 8 You Tube video. A quick video demonstrating progress on strengthening my core.
Ya know, until I got tired of pulling hamstrings, and the physical therapist at Florida Hospital – Celebration Health told me, “You have to strengthen your core or you’ll continue to get hurt”, I had no idea what my core was.
All those years, never worked on my core, other than a few sit ups here and there.
This is much tougher than I’m making it look. I remember when I first started doing this particular exercise, I could bearly hold my legs up for one second.
Tiger Woods’ advice to me, “Out work ’em”, is just like yesterday’s post – common sense, but not common practice.
If my goal is to help others be inspired, I better be able to inspire myself, eh?
Remember my hope yesterday, to list the Lane 8 credentials. Me too.
That Lane 8 post is written and will post tomorrow. May I challenge you to Dream Big, Get There, Stay There? Carpe diem, jeff noel 🙂