LEXINGTON, Ky., March 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Fathering expert, Keith Zafren, founder of The Great Dads Project and author of the forthcoming book, Become the Great Dad You Want to Be: Whether Your Father was a Great Dad or a Big Dud, reveals the powerful forces likely influencing, if not determining, Tiger's well-known sexual escapades and his apparent fascination with the Navy Seals. Those forces likely have roots in Tiger's highly publicized but significantly complicated relationship with his father, Earl.
Tiger Woods' former swing coach, Hank Haney, releases his new book, The Big Miss: My Years Coaching Tiger Woods on March 27th, the week prior to the Master's Tournament this year. Haney contends Woods wanted to quit golf and join the Navy Seals, the remarkable Men of Valor portrayed in the recent film Act of Valor. Is it true? Did Tiger secretly long to become part of the Navy Special Forces? And if so, why? Why would the world's best golfer want to quit?
Invite this engaging and informative guest to reveal:
- Why do sons so often repeat the mistakes their fathers made?
- What in Earl's life might Tiger be consciously or subconsciously imitating?
- How might Earl's death have led Tiger down the paths now made public: his extramarital affairs and his longing for Special Forces military glory?
- Is there hope for Tiger to ever regain what he's lost?
Credentials: For 28 years Keith Zafren has been inspiring people from all walks of life, from executives to inmates, to become their best selves. Keith has touched thousands of lives and brings his enthusiasm for personal transformation to dads—and moms—across the country through speaking engagements, workshops, and his new book. Keith has been featured in the San Jose Mercury News. He was a founding board member and Fatherhood Trainer for the Prison Entrepreneurship Program, featured in NBC Nightly News, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Economist, and National Public Radio. He is currently the Fatherhood Trainer for Defy Ventures, a New York City-based nonprofit that creates life-transforming opportunities for men with criminal histories and for executive volunteers.
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