This past week in Washington, D.C., I met with three new clients, all professional golfers. While the discussions varied because the implications of what I teach were different for each of them, there was one similar question asked: "How does understanding that human beings possess a psychological immune system make me feel and perform better?"
Indeed, this question is common, although I actually don't have a direct answer. What I can surmise, however, is no one is born believing that he or she must do something -- take a pill, think positive, visualize success, go through a routine, speak one's mind, delve into the past -- in order to ove...
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