Just a bit of great breaking news and a free gift before I mention the TV documentary.
I have been working with South African tour golfer Darryn Lloyd for the last seven weeks. On the face of it the results have been unremarkable with three missed cuts and a disqualification. These have been stepping stones to greater things. As I have mentioned many times previously, we learn more when things go wrong than when things go right.
As a small celebration my digital PDF book Play Magic Golf is available for free download for a very limited time. Please feel free to share this information with others who might be interested. This is the link to it.
Today Darryn completed his final round in the Czech event for scores of 69-69-69-71. His best tour result to date, with more to come.
TV producer Tommy is making a documentary about luck. His director thinks Tommy is one of the unluckiest people he has ever met. Could I help Tommy to get lucky?
So a routine TV interview turns into a major therapeutic intervention. Watch this trailer to see what happens and the results that Tommy achieves.
Luck is not random
For decades I’ve studied the habits, processes and behaviours of “lucky” people. You know them — maybe you are one. They have the world at their fingertips, with seemingly endless good fortune, good health and immense happiness. Things always fall into place for these luck magnets.
But in studying these elite thinkers, doers and dreamers, I’ve discovered one important thing: luck isn’t random. People aren’t born lucky. They don’t find themselves in lucky situations day after day. And more often than not they don’t have a leg up on the competition. Lucky people know how to harness their inner confidence and unique skill sets to create optimal opportunities for themselves and others.
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