Every great athlete uses detailed, clear, vivid visualizations. I didn’t know it at the time but I learned valuable lessons about success in life, leadership, business, and changing the world as I was growing up playing golf and working with a sports psychologist. Everything he taught me about golf performance applies to anything in life.
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To visualize is to see what is not there, what is not real — a dream . To visualize is, in fact, to make visual lies . Visual lies, however, have a way of coming true.
Lessons from Golf
- The more clearly defined your visions are, the better.
- The subconscious mind doesn’t understand the word “don’t.”
- Every statement must be a positive statement.
- A smile really does lift the spirits and enhance visualizations.
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