In the latest issue of Leadership Wired, a monthly leadership newsletter from Dr. John Maxwell and Giant Impact, there is a sobering article about the vital connection between one's character and momentum.
Reflecting on the recent turmoil surrounding Tiger Woods, Dr. Maxwell writes with great accuracy about the impact one's character has on the ability to start, stop, or sustain momentum. He concludes the article by saying...
Tiger's story is a cautionary tale about character. All of the momentum you build through decades of hard work and dedication can be erased if you do not craft the character to support it. Character is forged daily through the decisions we make. It comes from within and cannot be purchased. Be diligent about working on your character so that you become a person worth following and someone worthy of harnessing the momentum of success.
Read the article: Character - The Key To Sustaining Momentum