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Everything You Need for 2012 is Here

Last week I told you all about my Plan for 2012. I’ve been speaking to quite a few people about it over the course of the last week. I’ve realised that I used quite a few tools, techniques and mental skills that not everyone is confident in using. And yet more of these tools, techniques […]

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9/11, Resilience and You

It’s 9/11 and I’m sitting in the foyer of the Marriott in San Jose. It’s 6-45 in the morning and the Starbucks is doing a brisk trade. I’m sitting here with a large Americano with an extra shot I really don’t need. The sky is grey, as it has been every morning. The sun will […]

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Self-Efficacy

I’ve been re-reading Putting Out of Your Mind by Bob Rotella. He’s a sports psychologist for golfers. A head doctor if you will. He recently walked the Open Course with Darren Clarke and is seen as a contributor to Clark’s Open victory. In this book he suggests that, when lining up a put, we believe […]

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