Learning From the Masters

April 14, 2015 3:50 PM

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1. Youth movement. At 21 years young, Spieth is now the No. 2 ranked golfer in the world, behind 25-year-old Rory McIlroy. In a game stereotypically reserved for stuffy old guys wearing goofy pants, there's a movement to a younger and more athletic player. The business world is in the midst of a similar trend -- young guns are coming into the office with a technological advantage, increasingly becoming business leaders. Rather than view them as the competition, see what you glean from their perspective.

2. Everyone loves a comeback. It's not just the young guns playing well. The ageless Phil Mickelson looked very sharp, finishing in second place, and even the much-maligned Tiger Woods was in the mix over the weekend. Slumps happen in the professional world just as they do in sports, but thankfully,...

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