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How to Beat Tiger
to know how to beat Tiger Woods at his own game? Nick Faldo,
former golf great, explained how to do just that.
Let me set the stage...
I’m not a golf fanatic, nor do I watch a lot of TV. When flipping
channels on Monday night, July 25, (isn’t it amazing how much crap is
on TV!) I stumbled across a golf exhibition tournament being shown on
ABC TV called “Battle at the Bridges,” being played in Rancho Santa Fe,
The golf match featured Tiger Woods and John Daly paired against Phil
Mickelson and Retief Goosen.
About halfway through the match, Nick Faldo, a commentator and analyst
for the show, remarked rather casually what he thought a competitor
should focus on to beat Tiger Woods at the game of golf.
He went on to say…
Then I bolted from my chair as if stung by a bee, grabbed the first
piece of scrap paper I could lay my hands on, finally found a pen, and
then stumbled back in front of the TV to listen to Nick in fascination.
I wrote notes furiously!
Tiger defines mentally tough. He possesses an almost super-human
ability to focus and concentrate on each shot. He doesn’t let his
mind wander when he’s on the course. He remains positive at all
times. His confidence level causes him to expect to make every
shot perfect, and to win the match.
Tiger is in good physical shape. Never
mind the fact he recently got married. He knows keeping his body
in tune with his mind helps him to remain mentally sharp. He can,
therefore, withstand the enormous pressure of being one of the greatest
Of course Tiger’s technique of swinging golf clubs - to drive a ball
over 300 yards (for you non-golfers, that’s really long), or to make a
20 foot put - is well-known and analyzed. Right now, his overall
ball-striking ability is not matched by anyone.
Finally, desire. In most cases, Tiger just wants to win more than
the other golfers. Possessed
with so great a desire to win - in fact obsessed or fanatical about
winning – that Tiger essentially brow-beats his competitors into
thinking they cannot beat him. This last trait, combined
with the other three, makes the final ingredient of an exceptional
So what lessons can we take away from Nick Faldo’s analysis? In
other words, how can we apply this insight into our own online,
Let’s briefly look at each point -
Can you concentrate and focus on problems and challenges for long
periods of time? Do you remain positive and hopeful in your
outlook? Are you expecting success? Do you experience high
levels of self-confidence?
This point clearly talks about self-improvement. Continuous education is a critical success
factor. Your state of mind, the way you think and your
outlook on life and your business directly affects your desired
outcomes. You need to remain mentally tough, just like Tiger.
Do you exercise regularly? Do you eat well?
Back in my Network Marketing days a team leader by the name of Jon
Bender suggested the first hour of the day is the most important.
Physical activity during
this period gives you the energy, the stamina and the strength to meet
the challenges of the day. No matter when you exercise, though,
recognize the importance of keeping in shape.
Do you read books or take courses or listen to tapes on a regular
basis? Do you study crucial topics like copywriting, human
development, and important industry trends like Blogs and RSS, for
Take time today to reflect on those skills you need to improve or
acquire. Then take action. As stated above continuous
education is critical. Never stop learning. You must
upgrade your skills in this fact-paced environment or get pushed to the
How badly do you desire success (or whatever your goal)? Do you
obsess over it? Do you believe you can attain it? Can you
picture it in your mind?
During this year’s Tour de France an interviewer asked Lance Armstrong
– who just won his 7th consecutive tour win, an unbelievable
accomplishment – if he thought he and his team helped to raise the
level of the sport. Lance responded by saying yes, because they were fanatical about
cycling. So great their desire they did not stop until they
obtained the best equipment, the best mechanics, the best training
programs, the best…well, whatever it took to be the absolute best.
If you can feel the desire, the white-hot feeling of "whatever it
takes," you can accomplish anything you set your mind to.
Nick Faldo talked about Tiger Woods and his competitors. But his
analogy fits so perfectly for those of us making a living in the online
Remember – be mentally tough and watch what and how you think; exercise
regularly and eat well; read books, take courses, etc. to continually
learn new techniques; and, finally, create a great big desire within
yourself and believe you can achieve your goals – and, you know what –
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