You must start believing in yourself. End self doubt.
Drop the “I’ll give this a try” mindset.
Switch to an “I’m going to succeed” belief.
Change your mindset, change your life for the better. NOW is the time, you CAN do it.
Setting goals and outlining a blueprint to lower your golf score is our foundation.
If you have not designed your blueprint, do it now.
Once the foundation is laid, we need to execute the game plan.
This will take hard work. This will take dedication. This will take consistency.
Results come after work.
I believe in you. I know you are up to the challenge.
You will face hurdles and obstacles. You will find a way.
Your blueprint should include golf fitness.
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Regularly priced $47…
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Yesterday, I mentioned a popular celebrity who used a blueprint and 6-rules to achieve his wildest dreams.
This man faced seemingly impossible obstacles…
He was laughed at and mocked by his peers and elders. Worse yet, he really had no time to train…
But he had one thing that made him different than everyone else….
Here are his six rules (click the link below to find out who this person is):
1. Believe in yourself
You can achieve that lower score or tour pro physique you’ve always dreamed of. Change your mindset.
2. Break the rules, not the law
Fitness was frowned upon in golf only until the last few years…. it will wreck your swing! You will lose your touch… all bullsh*t!
Gary Player was told he was crazy and a fitness nut. Mr. Fitness stood only 5’6″ tall and won 165 tournaments… 165!
Gary would have to agree that without fitness, he would not be even close to 165 wins.
3. Don’t be afraid to fail
When you aren’t afraid of failing, you relieve yourself of pressure. Pressure is no good in golf. Who cares if you fail with a new modification to your swing… Tiger Woods doesn’t care.
4. Avoid the naysayers
Naysayers will tell you all the ways you can fail. They will always bring negative vibes… don’t let them project their own self doubt upon you..
5. Work like hell
Results follow work. Do the tasks at hand. Check them off every day.
Muhammad Ali only counted reps when they started to hurt… he said those were the only ones that counted.
6. Give something back
Great joy comes from helping others. With your success, be sure to give back to those who need it. Encouragement, advice, an old set of clubs, whatever you can do.
And who created the 6 rules for success??
Chris “Motivational Speaker” Henning