This is the inaugural post of the annual *don’t want to commit to weekly* SixthSeal.com Self Help Saturdays. ;)
People like to be liked
It’s natural for people to want to be liked. The problem with this is that you’re essentially living life for others…and that, my friends, is no way to live.
People are going to talk about you and form opinions of you – and there’s nothing you can do about it.
Just look at Tiger Woods – he has this squeaky clean image, someone you won’t hesitate to introduce to your parents (unless your name is Elin Nordegren). His recent indiscretions left sponsors abandoning him in droves. He has also announced a hiatus from professional golf for reasons unknown to me.
Your skill on the golf course and on the bed are two separate things. This public-figure-as-role-model mindset is alien to me. Bush (Junior) used cocaine. Clinton smoked cannabis (but didn’t inhale – would love to hear his definition of inhaling and whether it gels with his definition of sex).
I don’t see it as a problem – it’s just a matter of rebranding.
He can always come back as the bad boy playa of golf.
“Tiger Woods – driving the 9″-Wood straight into the hole…all 18 of them”
Just be yourself.