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The Tiger Woods mind.

Posted by Rob Longenecker on September 23rd, 2007

What would it take to have the calm deliberation and intention we admire in Tiger Woods? What if you could direct your emotional energy toward victory in a shooting match, rather than trying to avoid making a mistake? The mental side of sports is the number one factor in success or failure. There is now an easy new method of stress reduction and performance enhancement available.

I was an active competition shooter in the decade of the 1980’s and went to the U.S.P.S.A. Nationals 4 times, finishing in the top 50 once in Dallas. I watched the big boys shoot, took a group lesson from Ross Seyfried right after he won the I.P.S.C. World Championship and had a half-day private lesson with Chip McCormick. Like many others, I was awestruck by the performance of Brian Enos, Rob Leatham, Doug Koenig and Jerry Miculek and many others. They were in a whole other league.

Most competitors “lost their way to mediocrity” rather than rising to the occasion. Nerves did them in. They didn’t follow their plan for each stage, but got rattled as soon as something didn’t go as expected. It is clear to me that whatever the skill level, the mental side of the game is paramount. Do you agree?

There is a new technique available for getting what’s in the way out of your way. It works for golf. It works for shooting. It works for improving performance in any arena, including business performance.

I am a performance coach for small business owners and have studied personal growth and development for almost 20 years. It’s clear to me that we all have everything we need to succeed, but there are personal barriers to that success. Tiger Woods has removed his barriers while also working on improving his skills. The combination is powerful and produces success and satisfaction.

There is a new, simple method to remove stress and performance anxiety that can be done over the phone with clients in one or more 50-minute sessions, depending on the individual’s needs and desires. It isn’t cheap, but it’s very effective. The cost is $100/session and $400 for a 5 session package. There is a no-risk guarantee you can ask me about.

The first phone conversation to explain the details is complimentary. Once you learn the technique, you’ll have the ability to do it for yourself. In fact, clients practice the technique on their own between sessions to speed up the results. You can use it just before you shoot.

Once you learn the technique you can use it on your own to keep improving your shooting performance, reducing job stress, calming your kids, preparing for a special presentation at work, going to the dentist or taking on an important new challenge with less anxiety.

This is not head-shrinking and it focuses on the positive. I use it on myself daily in the shower just to create my day. My wife used it to clear a fear of drowning left over from an old incident.

Make a list for yourself of the stresses you feel when about to shoot a match, talk to the boss or tell your wife something she doesn’t want to hear. Look at the list and ask yourself if it would be worth it to cut the stress in half or even make it disappear. Stress is the number one issue in our health and well being.

I don’t need the business, so I’m just making this available to the very limited few who know this is for them. I’m happy to answer all your questions, but I don’t do “convincing.” I only want clients who make my job easy by having a strong commitment to their own success.

What would be possible for you if you had a mindset like Tiger Woods?



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