So lets rewind to 2019…
I was driving home one day last March and I told myself I need to make some changes in my life. I didnt know what changes exactly needed to be made, but things needed change. I even had everything I ever wanted but I knew I needed something different. So I went to a Tony Robbin's seminar in March of last year, hired a life coach, and I read an outstanding book called 5 Second Rule (and no, not its not
about how long you can keep food on the ground for).
It was on taking action within 5 sec. of when a person decided what they want/need to do. It was a life changer!
So it took me about 36 years of my life to realize what I actually wanted, how to achieve what I wanted and the system I created to achieve it all.
So the difference between when I first started golfing and now is that I now is that I have a more purposeful life. A life just focusing on what I want then all the clutter.
That means that when I was growing up “everything just worked out”. I practiced and planned what I had to work on in my game but...
I really wasnt a great planner, I procrastinated, I didn’t get 8 hours of sleep a night...etc.
The good news was I always got things done.
But the bad news is because I didnt have a purposeful system, I didnt play to the level I actually could have played at.
Which means I could have probably played even better!
Right now, I am playing my best golf, bettering my career as a golf coach, creating the best version of myself as a mother, wife, friend and family member.
I am here to share with you that you can play your best golf now with your current abilities, right now even with a very busy schedule. You CAN shoot 36 or better from your current tees. And you can shoot that consistently if you want to!
Let me give you an example of one of my current students.
This girl is a high school stand out. She is currently a junior and in 5 AP classes. So not only is she doing homework, but she is doing extra work on top of that and learning extra challenging things. Her last golf season was in the fall. She averaged in the low - mid 40’s-her best scoring season yet.
She was only able to play in 2 of our recent matches but shot 37 twice from 150-yrds.
- So she's in 5 crazy hard classes
- Had to leave classes early to get to matches-which means she had to miss school and be caught up with everything in all her classes.
- Came home late from matches AND got school work done
- Studied for tests
- Made it all her practices
- Shot her best scores
- Got a 4.83 GPA, guys!! What the...didnt even know that was even possible?!
And even now, shes still playing her best even without practicing with her team and gets out to practice on her own 3-4 times a week 1-2 hours.
Now I know what you are thinking:
-She only plays one sport
-Shes was probably encouraged and trained to get good grades at a young age
But the point is, it can be done.
Remember, that some people who arent as lucky as you (like might have very old clubs, might not be able to the same golf program as you, that may have to watch their siblings, maybe have to work part time), but are playing better than you.
Because they are creating the possible in IMPOSSIBLE.
- I used to think I could only be good one thing at a time
- I used to think I had to sacrifice time with hobbies, friends and family
- I thought to be the best at something you only should put time, focus and energy into that ONE thing.
- I thought my life had to be golf
- And that 'To-do lists' was the way to achieve goals
I did all those things and yes I did achieve but not to my fullest extent possible.
Last year I had made the most growth in my entire life and finally created the system that is going to help you perform at your highest level right now. Right now you can perform your best golf AND enjoy doing other things too, all at the same time.
Before I go into the system I have created, I want to share a concept that one of the top performance coaches, Brendon Burchard mentioned in an interview that I heard a few weeks ago and loved it.
I am actually obsessed about it and obsessed about this entire topic.
Passionate vs Obsessed
Passionate people simply like what they do, they enjoy what they are working on. Others are excited for them about it
Obsessed people are constantly working on what they need work on.
Others think they are crazy and ask them thinks like "Are you sure you need to work on that all the time"
There aren't many people who are "Obsessed" because of Fear:
-Fear of what others think of them
-Fear of the Unknown-their thought of "There's no guarantee that I can reach my goal"
-"People are going to think I am _______ because I worked so hard and never got there"