Motivational Monday

Monday, March 15th 2021

There’s always a way to advance no matter where you are.   That’s right.  No matter where you land, you can always go forward.  

I’ve been with grown men who go back to age five, six and seven when their golf ball doesn’t land where they wanted it to.  For example, in a divot (a piece of land where a previous player took a chunk of grass out of it so the ball lies on just bare dirt). This is where they freak out.  

And if you think about it, all that really means is, is that they may not have as much control of the ball but what they still have is a clear pathway to strike the ball forward.  This kind of attitude conserves your energy 

It’s a matter of keeping their mind focused on the target  in order to land it there.  And we’ve seen so many players marry their skills with their Will in order to successfully get the job done.

So what can you do when you’re in a position 

  1. Develop your skills, so you’re ready for anything—even if you can’t be where you normally would have to be… what I mean is this whole winter I’ve watched a video on players who successfully sunk a hole in one. When I went out to play during one warm day, I came closer to doing that three times because it was fresh in my mind, the video replaying over and over again – imagination is a powerful skill to develop. Then, go and do it. Self test what you’ve learned. 
  2. Protect Your Brain—however you know how to do that best.  Do less of what makes it slow and sluggish but do more of what makes it sharp, quick and focused. 
  3. Repeat steps 1 & 2 as often as you can and get your rest in between.  

All masters of any skill didn’t become masters because they drank beer and watched empty shows on television everyday.  They became masters because they practiced to develop their skills to become their best.  

It doesn’t matter where you come from, what you’ve done because you can always change who you are and what you do by changing your attitude about what really matters and doing it.  

With sincere interest in building your best life ever, 

Kalliope