Pressure … Really?

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5 Responses to “Pressure … Really?”

  1. Hi Dave, What do you call it when there is something you don’t want to do and then do it? Example: playing the 18 th fairway and have used just one golfball for the round. Third shot and you think, put this on the green and I will be safe. Instead you pull it hard left almost in a water hazard that is not even in line with green.
    Thanks Mike

  2. Hi Mike!
    Great to hear from you.
    Great question. Here’s the deal. From my experience…even though you thought you’d like to hit the safe shot–there is usually a “Don’t go….” kind of thought lurking underneath. THAT thought is the one “playing out” and often why we hit the poor shot.

    Remember, the mind doesn’t respond to the word, “Don’t”. so whatever you put after that is the message you’re sending yourself.

    For example, “Don’t go left” is interpreted by your mind as “GO LEFT”. because the word, “Don’t” does not register.

    I know it sounds funny but that’s what happens.

    Your post started out with >>>What do you call it when there is something you don

  3. Henry

    December 31, 2013

    Henry

    Pressure for me happens because I fear doing something wrong. My hands get cold and I start thinking of what someone else will think if I make a mistake. I am now going to try your way of thinking about pressure and turn it inside out. Thanks for your expertise…

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