How Are Your Habits?

Let’s examine two hypothetical students’ study habits. The first student, Frank, goes through his notes from History class. His notes read as a perfect transcript of his teacher’s presentation. His study method is to re-read, and copy his notes over and over. Frank believes that the more repetitions of this process he goes through, the … Read more

Hidden Intentions, Ego, and Technique Change

In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, the salutation “stay safe” has become extremely popular. A quick google search of “stay safe email sign-off” shows article titles such as How to Write Emails in a Pandemic, which suggests traditional polite sign-offs “now come off as overly detached and tone-deaf” (really….?) Like Austin Powers, In my … Read more

A Cure For “Scatterbrain Syndrome”

How many golf accounts do you follow on social media? How many of those accounts are instructors? How many of those instructors post golf tips? Do you believe that these tips help you play better golf? There is no shortage of golf instruction available on the internet. There countless websites, magazines, and social media accounts … Read more