Yes, I agree with this point. Even though they may be doing especially well in their area, their private activities should still be a concern. This is because what they do in private is a reflection of their moral values and standards, and if the values that they display in their private do not match up to those reflected in public, no matter how well they may be performing in their job, their moral values are still in question. An example of this would be the recent incident where a photo of one of the most decorated male Olympian of all time, swimming sensation Michael Phelps, was shown to be inhaling marijuana from a glass pipe. Even though this incident may have taken place three months after the Olympics and has no effect whatsoever on the eight golds he won in Beijing 2008, as a role model with the responsibility of setting a positive example for youth, his actions were inappropriate and embarrassing not only for himself but also for his fans and his country.