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Newsletter October 2014


A belief is acceptance of the actuality of anything without certain proof. Our beliefs control everything in our lives. We consciously accept and focus upon our beliefs, never questioning them because the results look so real.

Henry Ford said, "Believe you can or believe that you can't. Either way you will be right." One of the reasons Ford was so successful was that he walked around his auto making plant congratulating his people on doing something right.

The Law of Attraction, popularized by the film "The Secret" states the belief that like attracts like, and by focusing on positive or negative thoughts, you can bring about the corresponding positive or negative results. This belief is based upon the idea that like energy attracts like energy. 

What you believe you will produce in your life and in your golf game

Are you successful because you believe in yourself, or

Do you only believe you are successful when you win?

A good role model would be 20th ranked Patrick Reed who believes that he is a top 5-player in the world and that he cannot be beaten when he is playing at his best. 24-year-old Reed has only been on the PGA Tour for two years. He is well on his way to showing the world his belief by winning three times on tour, and was the leading scorer for the US with 3-1/2 points at the Ryder Cup.

A strong mental game promotes success when you believe in yourself and your abilities. If you only believe in yourself when you win, you will be disappointed a lot, and will have lost the fun of the challenge of the game.

It is important to control your own thoughts in order to achieve success, as well as controlling the energy that thoughts have with their ability to attract other thoughts. In other words when you shoot a big number that triggers previous times when you also had a big number; it compounds the emotions you want to avoid.

You are not your beliefs. You can change them at any time you wish. There are beliefs that limit us and there are beliefs that empower us. What are your beliefs about your golf game? Are you creating these beliefs from your poor results? Wouldn't you rather believe that you are a great player who deserves to win?

Recently I have had clients who were struggling with the following limiting beliefs:

  • I can't finish a tournament well.
  • Other golfers are judging my swing and my game.
  • I make different swings on the range and on the course.
  • Losing is much more painful than winning is enjoyable.
  • Winning is the only thing that matters.
  • I need to control/hold the lead when I am ahead.
  • I can't keep a good game going.
  • I get tight late in a round.
  • I have a need to impress others with my golf game.
  • When my opponents play well, I am defeated.

These are all limiting beliefs that keep you from achieving your potential. What you resist will persist. If you have any of these beliefs it is time for you to get mental counsel to reprogram your subconscious mind that stores these self-sabotaging beliefs.

Begin today to believe in the abilities you have seen in your play and that you can make even better. Success begins with belief. Visualize your success. Be creative. Enjoy using your imagination to create the golf game that you desire. Think out of the box. Balance your flow of energy harmoniously among your physical, emotional, spiritual and mental selves.

Watch your words, monitor your thoughts and intentionally choose your actions. Write down the characteristics of the golfer you want to be. Picture yourself using each of those characteristics on the golf course.

Reframe your beliefs with positive affirmations and imagery. (www.pmi4.com, Archived Newsletters, August 2002, Affirmations) http://bit.ly/1yARX0h  World class athletes imagine themselves winning hundreds and hundreds of times in their minds.

I CAN DO THIS!

Play "in the zone" with Joan

Entrain Your Heart & Mind for Peak Performances

 

To train your brain to play your best golf, listen to the Positive Mental Imagery guided imagery CDs, available at www.pmi4.com/cart

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What are your beliefs that keep you from low golf scores?

 

A belief is acceptance of the actuality of anything without certain proof. Our beliefs control everything in our lives. We consciously accept and focus upon our beliefs, never questioning them because the results look so real.

 

Henry Ford said, “Believe you can or believe that you can’t. Either way you will be right.” One of the reasons Ford was so successful was that he walked around his auto making plant congratulating his people on doing something right.

 

The Law of Attraction, popularized by the film “The Secret” states the belief that like attracts like, and by focusing on positive or negative thoughts, you can bring about the corresponding positive or negative results. This belief is based upon the idea that like energy attracts like energy.

 

What you believe you will produce in your life and in your golf game

 

Are you successful because you believe in yourself, or

Do you only believe you are successful when you win?

 

A good role model would be 20th ranked Patrick Reed who believes that he is a top 5-player in the world and that he cannot be beaten when he is playing at his best. 24-year-old Reed has only been on the PGA Tour for two years. He is well on his way to showing the world his belief by winning three times on tour, and was the leading scorer for the US with 3-1/2 points at the Ryder Cup.

 

A strong mental game promotes success when you believe in yourself and your abilities. If you only believe in yourself when you win, you will be disappointed a lot, and will have lost the fun of the challenge of the game.

 

It is important to control your own thoughts in order to achieve success, as well as controlling the energy that thoughts have with their ability to attract other thoughts. In other words when you shoot a big number that triggers previous times when you also had a big number; it compounds the emotions you want to avoid.

 

You are not your beliefs. You can change them at any time you wish. There are beliefs that limit us and there are beliefs that empower us. What are your beliefs about your golf game? Are you creating these beliefs from your poor results? Wouldn’t you rather believe that you are a great player who deserves to win?

 

Recently I have had clients who were struggling with the following limiting beliefs:

  • I can’t finish a tournament well.
  • Other golfers are judging my swing and my game.
  • I make different swings on the range and on the course.
  • Losing is much more painful than winning is enjoyable.
  • Winning is the only thing that matters.
  • I need to control/hold the lead when I am ahead.
  • I can’t keep a good game going.
  • I get tight late in a round.
  • I have a need to impress others with my golf game.
  • When my opponents play well, I am defeated.

 

These are all limiting beliefs that keep you from achieving your potential. What you resist will persist. If you have any of these beliefs it is time for you to get mental counsel to reprogram your subconscious mind that stores these self-sabotaging beliefs.

 

Begin today to believe in the abilities you have seen in your play and that you can make even better. Success begins with belief. Visualize your success. Be creative. Enjoy using your imagination to create the golf game that you desire. Think out of the box. Balance your flow of energy harmoniously among your physical, emotional, spiritual and mental selves.

 

Watch your words, monitor your thoughts and intentionally choose your actions. Write down the characteristics of the golfer you want to be. Picture yourself using each of those characteristics on the golf course.

 

Reframe your beliefs with positive affirmations and imagery. (www.pmi4.com, Archived Newsletters, August 2002, Affirmations) http://bit.ly/1yARX0h  World class athletes imagine themselves winning hundreds and hundreds of times in their minds.

         

I CAN DO THIS!

Play “in the zone” with Joan

Entrain Your Heart & Mind for Peak Performances

To train your brain to play your best golf, listen to the Positive Mental Imagery guided imagery CDs, available at www.pmi4.com/cart

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A belief is acceptance of the actuality of anything without certain proof. Our beliefs control everything in our lives. We consciously accept and focus upon our beliefs, never questioning them because the results look so real.

 

Henry Ford said, “Believe you can or believe that you can’t. Either way you will be right.” One of the reasons Ford was so successful was that he walked around his auto making plant congratulating his people on doing something right.

 

The Law of Attraction, popularized by the film “The Secret” states the belief that like attracts like, and by focusing on positive or negative thoughts, you can bring about the corresponding positive or negative results. This belief is based upon the idea that like energy attracts like energy.

 

What you believe you will produce in your life and in your golf game

 

Are you successful because you believe in yourself, or

Do you only believe you are successful when you win?

 

A good role model would be 20th ranked Patrick Reed who believes that he is a top 5-player in the world and that he cannot be beaten when he is playing at his best. 24-year-old Reed has only been on the PGA Tour for two years. He is well on his way to showing the world his belief by winning three times on tour, and was the leading scorer for the US with 3-1/2 points at the Ryder Cup.

 

A strong mental game promotes success when you believe in yourself and your abilities. If you only believe in yourself when you win, you will be disappointed a lot, and will have lost the fun of the challenge of the game.

 

It is important to control your own thoughts in order to achieve success, as well as controlling the energy that thoughts have with their ability to attract other thoughts. In other words when you shoot a big number that triggers previous times when you also had a big number; it compounds the emotions you want to avoid.

 

You are not your beliefs. You can change them at any time you wish. There are beliefs that limit us and there are beliefs that empower us. What are your beliefs about your golf game? Are you creating these beliefs from your poor results? Wouldn’t you rather believe that you are a great player who deserves to win?

 

Recently I have had clients who were struggling with the following limiting beliefs:

  • I can’t finish a tournament well.
  • Other golfers are judging my swing and my game.
  • I make different swings on the range and on the course.
  • Losing is much more painful than winning is enjoyable.
  • Winning is the only thing that matters.
  • I need to control/hold the lead when I am ahead.
  • I can’t keep a good game going.
  • I get tight late in a round.
  • I have a need to impress others with my golf game.
  • When my opponents play well, I am defeated.

 

These are all limiting beliefs that keep you from achieving your potential. What you resist will persist. If you have any of these beliefs it is time for you to get mental counsel to reprogram your subconscious mind that stores these self-sabotaging beliefs.

 

Begin today to believe in the abilities you have seen in your play and that you can make even better. Success begins with belief. Visualize your success. Be creative. Enjoy using your imagination to create the golf game that you desire. Think out of the box. Balance your flow of energy harmoniously among your physical, emotional, spiritual and mental selves.

 

Watch your words, monitor your thoughts and intentionally choose your actions. Write down the characteristics of the golfer you want to be. Picture yourself using each of those characteristics on the golf course.

 

Reframe your beliefs with positive affirmations and imagery. (www.pmi4.com, Archived Newsletters, August 2002, Affirmations) http://bit.ly/1yARX0h  World class athletes imagine themselves winning hundreds and hundreds of times in their minds.

         

I CAN DO THIS!

Play “in the zone” with Joan

Entrain Your Heart & Mind for Peak Performances

To train your brain to play your best golf, listen to the Positive Mental Imagery guided imagery CDs, available at www.pmi4.com/cart

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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