You Are A Game Changer

Take a moment, right now, to remember a time you did something to change the energy or flow or momentum of a game you were in. What was the situation? Who were you playing? What was happening? What did you do that changed the momentum or energy? Write it down.  I asked these questions ofContinue reading “You Are A Game Changer”

Play The Shot In Front Of You

Two weeks ago Lydia Ko shot a 62 on the final round of the ANA Inspiration 2021 LPGA tournament. When asked about that round she shared three things that helped her tie the course 18 hole record. ” I stayed patient.” “No matter what the situation was’ , she said, ‘ I was just focusingContinue reading “Play The Shot In Front Of You”

Remembering The Basics

” We need to get back to basics, focus on the fundamentals.” That’s often the lament when things go astray, whether its our golf game or our relationships, our personal health or the health and well-being of the community.  If we don’t have a grasp on what they are though it’s easy to mistake oldContinue reading “Remembering The Basics”

Glad I Did It

“Be deliberate, act with intention.” ~ Twyla Tharp I learned, the other day, that “glad I did it”, and “glad it’s done” aren’t the same thing. I began a session with a client like always, checking in. Part way through he said that some days it’s harder than others to get started, his mind startsContinue reading “Glad I Did It”

Want To Open Up Your Players Potential? Try Changing Your Metaphor.

The industrial metaphor dominates our world these days. We think in terms of inputs, outputs, and efficiency.  Heck, even the FOX NFL mascot isn’t a player, it’s a robot. The factory mentality has an impact on the way we see players, and the way we see our role as coaches and even parents. An industrialContinue reading “Want To Open Up Your Players Potential? Try Changing Your Metaphor.”