Success is about your mind set.
To achieve success, you have to:
First, want to put in the work to make it happen.
Second, think success will happen to you.
Third, make decisions ba
Fourth, have fun no matter what happens and
Fifth, know that success happens over time, not over night.
Only after having more experience and your finished with my first book, should you read this book to become more successful. A small book that can knockout your opponents when going after another championship!
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This book is for after reading my first book, The Path to Excellence. Success can only happen consistently when you're able to get to the zone.. Only when you admit you don't know everything, can you start to learn to realize what you'll need to know. It is your mental game that will advance your overall game. Get your head in the game!
I'm here to tell you that I've improved with age because of the experiences from competing against better athletes. To be the best, you have to beat the best. Even though, I've never turned pro, as the money wasn't there to get me too excited. I have learned much more since competing in four professional tournaments.
If you have finished the path, you won't want to compete hoping to become successful. You'll become successful with a plan as you'll still continue to work on your game. That's right, success is never ending work. Dedication and persistence will be needed to continue your journey to become better. Your never quit attitude should bring you much success!
These 12 steps will help you climb another level or two. Some of these steps, you'll already know about, but you'll need to know their importance to reach success and continue your success.
For my second book, I felt that two athletes who have influenced me in ways that no other have done would be appropriate. Ken Hosp and Andrew Cain have experiences that some only dream about. Is it by accident that they can both play the left side of the lane? It’s about they both love out great sport, and their expectations after what they have accomplished are still at a high level.
I’ve bowled with Ken one season in the Traveling Masters and against him many times over. He has many records and titles doing it from both sides of the lane. He is Tucson’s Jack Nicklaus on the lanes, having a love to compete attitude. Perfection was achieved when our “Mr. 900”, shot a 900 during color pins at the old Cactus Bowl. Ken’s dedication to excellence is second to only a few.
After seeing around four bowling coaches, Andrew saw me throw just three shots and knew how to fix my consistency. He helped raise my level of confidence like no other coach has done. It was like buying confidence in a bottle. I went to him because he still competes on tour and to compete and cash on today’s tour would be beneficial for my game. The traveling of 120 miles was the right choice.
My 11 testimonials from The Path to Excellence gave me motivation to give athletes that travel to the zone, knowledge to reach more goals and achieve more success in their sport. Sports and being successful is about being focused on your task. Since they took the time to praise my first book, it’s only appropriate that I honor them in a way few of them would expect.
Len Nicholson, PBA Hall of Fame 2011; Scott Washburn, Tucson Metro USBC Hall of Fame 2012 and past U of A coach; John Cook, Tucson Metro USBC 1991 and Arizona USBC 1992 Hall of Fames; Mike Land, Tucson Metro USBC Hall of Fame 1998; Beth Haggerty, MSW; Laura Beuhring, PGA teaching pro; Keith J.; Bob O.; J.T.L.; Dr. “Steve” Watson, DC and Alexander M.
Those 13 athletes under dedications and inspirations can find links to all the pages where they appear on this website. Click here to see them.
I'll be happy to answer questions you may have after reading The Path to Excellence. You've should have been in the zone after reading my first book. This mini-book tells you how to continue on your journey to be successful in your sport. Getting close to the top is only one thing. The other thing is to stay near the top during your career. Staying near the top is the best way to take that last step to the top of the mountain. Understanding principles of peak performance so you can embrace every situation because of your experience and knowledge. Knowledge is king and performing without added pressure is something you should learn from this book. Email me to obtain a copy and please include book's bar code. Thanks.
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