Do you remember what a spectacular performer Tiger Woods was in his first several years on the PGA golf tour?
And how that performance fell apart when he compromised his integrity in his marital and (alleged) extra-marital affairs? Whatever actually happened in that quagmire, it soon became very clear that he was internally compromised and conflicted.
Never the way to be at one's best!
His performance suffered seriously for many years. Is the old Tiger back? Only time will tell. If he is, it certainly is the result of some serious soul-searching...and some sort of atonement, even if only he knows what that atonement is.
What's the one characteristic of a leader that's central to every aspect of performance? According to
, Warren Buffett says integrity is that key trait.
I agree, and would add that it's equally important for everyone else, in business and in life, as well! Without it, little else matters much. As we've seen with Tiger Woods, one must be at peace with oneself to perform well. That comes from living, loving and conducting one's affairs with integrity.
How's your integrity?
Are you pleased when you look yourself in the eye in the mirror?
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