Today on the David and Paula Show we are going to be talking about the power of being who you are. Often times we pose and present a picture-perfect image to those around us to get them to do business with us, like us, even to marry us.
And while everything is going well, the charade continues. But the problem is this: under pressure, you always go home to who you really are.
Often, to remedy bad behavior, we simply try harder. Like Tiger Woods at The Masters, we promise that we are going to be better, that we’re not going to be like we were. Tiger promised there would be no more emotional outbursts. He lied. He promised no more cursing. He lied. He promised no more of the old sulking again. He lied.
Tiger lies just like the rest of us when we try to be something we’re not.
How do you change? How do you truly become the kind of person that exudes joy, adventure, and risk? Kind of like the other guy in the headlines of The Masters, Phil Mickelson; the guy who won, the guy who seemingly can have a great golf career, be the head of his home through tragedy, and do all the small things that make life worth living.
Tune into The David and Paula Show at 10:00 AM Central this morning and hear the answer to the question, “How do we become the person we’ve always wanted to be?