"Golf is 99 percent in your head."Annika Sorenstam, 90 tour wins, one of the greatest female golfers ever.
This true of most sports. When we make a mistake it can be burned into your psyche. How many times have you said, or heard another golfer say, "I always miss [insert shot here]. How often do you see the runaway leader falter and lose. This is what made Tiger Woods so feared on the course - in his prime, he was so tough mentally that he pretty much never faltered. If you were behind, you stayed behind.
Yes, you need to practise your strokes. But what happens when you get a handle on the mental part of the game? Mental errors like these...
I hear golfers complain a lot about tension on the course. They complain that tension gets in the way of smooth swings and putting strokes. What would happen to your game if you had a simple technique that could produce relaxation in about 20 seconds on the course?
Golfers are often haunted by negative emotional memories. If they mis-hit a shot on the first tee, it affects their entire game. If they come to a hole that they hit a bad shot on a week ago, all they can think about is that bad shot last week. What would happen to your game if you had a simple technique that could erase negative emotional memories in a few minutes?
If you watch professional golf, you've seen Tiger Woods's reaction to hitting a bad shot. It is clear that he is having quite a negative reaction at the moment. What is amazing to most people is that he can leave that negative emotional reaction behind and completely focus on the next shot. How would your game improve if you had that same ability?
Comfort zones affect all golfers, even the touring pros. You can tell when a comfort zone has been triggered; self-sabotage kicks in. An example is when a golfer shoots the front nine better than his typical round and then sabotages the back nine, completing the round at about his average score. Or you see the reverse. He shoots a poor front nine, then recovers and shoots a great back nine to end the round at about his average. What if you had an easy process that would help you breakthrough and elevate your comfort zone?
We have all had experiences where we take a personal problem onto the course and it affects the way we play. We have all been affected by a disagreement with someone, worrying about something at work, or a myriad of other things. What would happen to your game if you had an easy process that would allow you to leave your personal problems in the parking lot?
First Tee Jitters
The first tee jitters seems to be an almost universal problem. What if you had an easy process that would reduce or eliminate first tee jitters in about one minute?
I have been surprised by the number of golfers who will privately admit to me that they have the yips. These include putting yips, chipping yips, hazard yips, and driving yips. Surveys have shown that the yips affect between 20% and 40% of all golfers. It turns out that the yips are common in many sports and even other activities in life such as public speaking. What if you had an easy process that could eliminate the yips with a little work? Yes, I said "eliminate," not work around.
This course is designed by an EFT therapist with over twenty years of experience helping golfers just like you handle the stresses that negatively impact their game.
The information inside this training are insider secrets that take regular guys like you and me and improve their golf game instantly.
Secrets that put you on the same field as Tiger, Phil, Jack and other top pros... well, it probably won't give you their scores, but you will feel every bit the champion that they are.
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Emotional Freedom Techniques and how it works.
Be curious! What would happen if you tried some of the ideas and concepts Joan shares (and they worked!).
Joan shares her story of how she felt pulling her hair when she was young, and how she eventually stopped.
You are excited to start your game. You are excited. You are looking forward to playing, but... You bring all the tensions of the past week into your game, which hinders your score and enjoyment. In this section, joan will show you how to let go, have fun and play your best game ever!
Eliminate self-sabotage in your Golf game.
When you play golf with others, anxious thought can rise up due to time limitations and other people watching you.
Sometimes frustration raises its ugly head and prevents us from hitting good shots. Use EFT in this session to let go of frustration.
As you start learning to golf, you can feel overwhelmed and more than a bit impatient. The standard golf joke often included 'throwing your clubs into the water trap.' And it has more than a little truth in it, which is why it is so funny. In this lecture, Joan guides you through an EFT session to deal with impatience as you learn to Golf.
Do you throw your golf club? Your golf bag? Discover how you can deal with your frustrations on the golf course.
As you golf, you get into different, potentially very challenging, situations. Each one requires focus and attention. Use EFT to bring out the best in your golf game.
Get ready to tap yourself to a great tee-off with this empowering lecture.
Let go of stress and frustration that comes from hooking or slicing your ball in this EFT Session.
EFT for releasing the stress for landing in a sand trap and the anxiety about hitting the ball out of the sand trap.
What happens when you prepare to hit and you see that water hazard off in the distance and you know your golf ball will be heading straight into it. This EFT session helps you prepare to hit your ball past the water and not into it.
No more three putting. No more 4 putting. Focus. Relax. And putt the ball directly into the hole.
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Scott Paton has been podcasting since the spring of 2005. His podcast "Weight Loss and The Mind" hit over 375,000 subscribers in its first year and over one million downloads. He has executive produced and/or co-hosted over 35 podcasts. An internationally renowned speaker, Scott has presented to audiences from London, England to Sydney, Australia, from Vancouver, BC to New York, NY, from LA to Rwanda. Thousands of entrepreneurs and NGO's have changed their public engagement strategies based on Scott's sharing. We hope you will, too!
Scott has over 48,500 students from 168 countries taking his courses.
Scott joined Udemy in 2013. In late 2014, one of his clients inspired him to make a video course on Podcasting. He revisited Udemy and got very excited at the potential. After his course went live, Scott told his clients and many decided to make courses but needed help, so he has become a co-instructor with them, while continuing to support and build his own courses. His co-topics all include areas of life-long learning by Scott, including Stock Option Trading, Alternative Health, EFT, and Relationships.
After earning her B.A. in sociology and psychology from Muskingum College in Ohio, Joan began working as a real estate property manager. She pulled her hair more than ever and added compulsive checking to her list of OCD traits. She did not hide her pulling from her co-workers but was dismayed to think she was the only one who pulled and that no mental health professional knew how to help her. She had been to a psychiatrist and therapist who were unable to help her. This was before current medications and treatment methods were known.
Joan began pulling her hair at age 11 in 6th grade. Her pulled from her scalp for 25 years from age 11 to 36. In 1989, she read the book “The Boy Who Couldn’t Stop Washing” by Judith Rapoport, M.D. Upon reading her book, she discovered “Jackie P.”, a woman who pulled out every hair on her head and face. From her insistence, she would not be turned away by the NIMH study of OCD. From Jackie P’s courage to come forward, herself and millions of “pullers” now know they are not alone with Trichotillomania.
Trichotillomania is the inability to resist the urge to pull out hair resulting in noticeable hair loss. The act of pulling comforts, eases emotional pain, and is fun until the pulling episode is over. Then the puller experiences extreme shame, disgust, and anger over mutilating themselves and losing control. " I have been on both sides of this fence and have dedicated my life to helping people out of this cycle" Kaylor states.
From the studies at the National Institute of Mental Health … and because of the work of the Trichotillomania Learning Center and Obsessive-Compulsive Foundation, millions of people now can recognize symptoms of trichotillomania and OCD.