Another example is a young and highly paid football star at the peak of their career and adored by millions. They have financial security and freedom! but may have not even reached their mid-twenties yet and don’t ‘know’ what to spend their money on. Not their fault, but clearly it leads to frivolous spending and they buy for example a very expensive sports car.
Nothing wrong with that. However, they are notorious for driving too fast and getting a speeding fine or worse, end up crashing the car around a tree. They are trained to have a degree of aggression because in a game it is an edge that is advantageous, but if the same individual does not know how to manage themself Emotionally, then other contexts of their life become purtebed such as, dangerous driving.
Coaches are brought in on to the payroll salary to assist the young yet inexperienced players on how to spend their money and how to balance their Life out accordingly now that they are potentially world famous.
High ranking politicians and individuals of regality can also feel the strain of public pressure and scrutiny. Never being out of the news and being at the constant forefront of the public’s eye takes it toll on health and relations to name a few, not having a personal life – a private life – can be too much for some.
There are many more possible examples but I think you may get the point.
What they all have in common is Success in one area of their life, which can potentially cause upsets in other areas. Whether that particular VIP is minor, moderate or major in the world’s eye, is irrelevant.
All levels of VIP go through the same challenges.