Performance Like Justin Rose - NIKE LEBRON JAMESby Bsat Bsat bsat
In NLP terms this is called Reframing nike foamposites shoes.I was talking to an old golfing friend of mine about his round of golf.
I'd like to stress that he's not a client and just isn't interested in talking to me about golf psychology - he's still a good friend, though NIKE LEBRON JAMES. Anyway, he was moaning about the condition of the course that day and how on every shot he just seemed to have a worse lie than he expected.
If he was on the edge of the fairway, the ball was nestling against the edge of the rough NIKE LEBRON JAMES. If he was in the bunker, it hadn't been raked properly.
If he was on the green, there was always a pitch mark just in front of his ball Nike Air Penny 5. He just went on and on about his bad luck and how bad he felt about it.
And he wished he hadn't played at all that day. I wasn't surprised to hear that he'd had a bad round and hadn't enjoyed himself and the company of his golfing friendsEarlier that day, I'd heard a story about Justin Rose that put my friend's experience into sharp contrast. Now I don't know if you are aware that one of the US golf networks is experimenting with equipping caddies in PGA tournaments with microphones. The idea is that we can better hear the exchanges between caddie and player. This certainly sounds interesting and could well provide some support for the ideas about having "Your Own Virtual Caddy." So coming back to the Justin Rose story, apparently Justin had been having an "unlucky" day, just missing fairways and greens and bouncing into bunkers - the sort of experience that would have driven many of us, including my friend above, to distraction. Anyway here's what Justin was heard to say to his caddie, "you know, this lie's not at all bad, look at that rough over there that I could have been in, it's much worse." The whole way round, he turned his perception of bad luck into good luck and got on with the job. Now I don't know if he enjoyed himself, but I do know he scored well that day and I wouldn't mind betting he enjoyed overcoming the "rub of the green" that day.
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