Golf Essentials (for Weekend Warriors)
Author: Casey BourqueSubscribed: 4Played: 67
Here's what I believe about both golf and business:
1. Both are challenging, but don't need to be complicated - simple and consistent is best.
2. Large and infrequent improvement sessions aren't optimal - light, regular refinements are much better.
3. There's no magic pill (sorry) - it's about making the most of the time you're spending.
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