I wanted to take time in this blog entry to salute the followers of this blog who are brave enough to golf poorly. As someone who loves golfing but rarely hits as far forward as sideways, I understand your pain and the perseverance required to keep trying.
From my experience with golf lessons, I learned:
1. You can’t change behavior that you’ve been practicing for years overnight.
2. Your mind can only handle working on 2-3 action points at a given time.
Becoming a lifelong learner is critical to personal and professional success. Science has taught us that without constant challenges our brains will start to lose their agility. What can you do then to become a lifelong learner? The answer lies in goal setting.