In case you didn’t catch it, The New York Times’ Sunday sports magazine, “Play” featured Tiger Woods in a stimulating cover story called “It’s Good to Be Immortal.” Clearly, Tiger fascinates each one of us for different reasons, but this perspective piece is interesting in its own right. I particularly enjoyed the story about Stewart Cink’s mother going out to watch Tiger at a junior event when he was only 14. That’s when Cink first realized that Tiger was something “different.”

Bottom line, to me, I think Tiger is an awesome inspiration (in the true sense of the word “awesome”) who illustrates by example the power of a focused mind and a will (dare I say “willingness”) to win.

And then there’s the extreme excellence of his performance and the way that shows us what’s possible. What do you find most interesting about Tiger?

And when you comment below, please keep in mind that what you say about him probably tells us something about you… ๐Ÿ˜‰

Click here to read the story from Sunday’s NY Times >>ย