Managing My Potential

I believe that staying connected to one’s true potential in any moment comes in part from high consciousness. And high consciousness occurs when you have: An awareness of who you are. A good sense of what your life is all … Continue reading

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Small Adjustments

Sometimes inspiration comes when you least expect it. I had a chance to spend a couple great days at the Graves Golf Academy HQ in in Edmond, OK recently. It was a great visit…full of great interactions, creative ideas, stepping … Continue reading

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Perspective Revisited

Last March, I wrote about the value of cultivating proper perspective. How  – on the course and in life –  the perspective that comes from awareness and high consciousness leads to great performances. I returned home to Cleveland today after … Continue reading

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Ryder Cup Thoughts…

Another Ryder Cup played in Europe…and another win for Team Europe. Ouch (if you were rooting for Team USA!) When you root for your favorite team, it’s tough to see them lose on the big stage. Isn’t it?   I feel … Continue reading

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Miss it Fast

Moe Norman – through his brilliance, his pursuit of excellence, and his perspective on life and golf  –  said a lot of memorable things the course of his life. One of my favorites is: “Miss it fast.” What does it … Continue reading

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The Stockdale Paradox ( Revisited )

Today – August 26, 2018 – as the nation mourns the passing of Senator John McCain – one of the United State’s most famous war heroes and prisoner of war – I thought it might be fitting to revisit a … Continue reading

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The One Thing Standing in Your Way

GGA Mental Game Coach Back in February of this year, I wrote about a very important mental game dynamic: expectation. You can check it out that blog post here. Over the years, I have come to realize that in the human … Continue reading

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Recharging the Batteries

GGA Mental Game Coach A few weeks ago I was speaking with my wife Paula about the importance of recharging the batteries. We were talking about how important it is sometimes to step back from the physical and/or mental demands … Continue reading

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It’s The Mental Game…

GGA Mental Game Coach In 1992 a relatively obscure Governor from Arkansas was elected president of the United States, in part because of a laser-like strategy to focus on the one thing: the economy. Bill Clinton’s campaign director James Carville … Continue reading

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Playing Not to Lose

GGA Mental Game Coach. The French have a lot to celebrate this week as their soccer team Les Bleus have won their first World Cup championship in twenty years. With the golf world turning its attention this week to the … Continue reading

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