Quotes about intimidating others
When Tiger walked on Masters range ALL heads turned. #Iwasthere-- Sir Nick Faldo (@Nick Faldo006) March 11, 2014Haney and Faldo, incidentally both have been consistent in their assessments over the years. We saw that last year at the majors when he was gone. Faldo, in September, 2011, from Sky Sports: "In the past, Tiger had such an aura, had such a presence that (rivals) used some energy consciously or sub-consciously thinking about him or seeing his name on the leader board."Jennifer Brown, an associate professor of management and strategy at Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management, once did a study on the subject, her article appearing in the Journal of Political Economy beneath the title, "Quitters Never Win: The (Adverse) Incentive Effects of Competing with Superstars."Related: Bad to the Bone Brown, who has a Ph D in agriculture and resource economics from the University of California at Berkeley, analyzed 10 years worth of PGA Tour data and concluded "that the presence of a superstar in a rank-order tournament is associated with lower competitor performance.
Dance in the rain, roll with the punches--whatever you call it, the point is to stay agile and learn how to turn challenges into opportunities.Of course you're afraid--one could argue that if you're going into business decisions with 100 percent confidence, you're not aware of all of the risks.Just take a leap of faith and do your best to make things work out.This starts with the simple process of reframing situations in your mind, so they don't seem as daunting.Focus on the good that will come of overcoming each challenge rather than the challenge itself.