Friday, June 22, 2018 Newsletter - Issue 18

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June 25, 2018 -  Issue 18
"How to avoid a Melt Down….ala Phil Mickelson"

If you are a golf fan you probably watched or heard about Phil Mickelson’s
classic act of frustration in last weeks US Open. Phil intentionally hit a golf
ball that was still moving while he was putting on the thirteenth hole and
incurred a two stroke penalty. It is something every weekend golfer has
wanted to do, in fact some of you might have already done it. But for a
world class golfer to do it. Well it left the announcers speechless.

One can only imagine the level of frustration that would compel a golfer of
his stature ability and experience to lose control like that on a world stage.
If ever there was an EFT teaching moment in golf, this was it. But it’s to
late you might be saying. He already did it. Well I submit to you if Phil new
about EFT this event would have never happened. Since it has happened
Phil could use EFT now to deal with the fallout from and embarrassment
from the event and make sure he never reaches that level of frustration
again. Listed below are some tapping phrases Phil could have used
before and after his episode.

Performance in golf or any other sport is usually about playing inside your
comfort zone. Clearly course conditions and circumstances knocked Phil
out of his comfort zone.


Here are a few even though statements Phil might have used prior to
his blowup when he knew he was getting frustrated.
  • Even though I hate the course set up
  • Even though conditions are unfair
  • Even though these greens are ridiculously hard
  • Even though they stuck the pins in unfair positions
  • Even though I’m so frustrated with the course and my score
  • Event though I’d like to give a piece of my mind to whoever set up this course


Here are a few statements he might have used after the blowup
  • Even though I lost my cool in front of twenty million people
  • Even though I’m embarrassed to face my fans
  • Even though I’ll have a tough time living this down
  • Even though this will stick with me a long time
  • Even though I’m tired of talking to the media about it
  • Even though I let my family down
  • Even though my behavior was unprofessional

What kind of conditions or circumstances knock you out of your
comfort zone. Make a list and tap on those feelings before and after
your next round of golf.

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Friday, April 27, 2018 Newsletter - Issue 17

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April 27, 2018 -  Issue 17

"Where Do I Start?"

The number one question I get from clients is, “what do I start tapping on to improve my golf game”. They ask, is there a script, or magic words, how do I know what the most important problem is to work on?
All good questions. First answer - there are no magic words or scripts. The success of EFT is based on eliminating negative emotions and beliefs that  stand in the way of your success.  We all have different experiences, viewpoints and beliefs that form the lens we look through today.  Unlike socks there is no one size fits all, script or answer. So I say, start where you are. Very clever you say, but what does that mean.  It means there are many doors you can open to arrive at the correct answer. So start where you are. A beginning golfer or recreational golfer has different goals than a seasoned player who competes at his club or a touring professional who competes for a living. So I repeat start where you are. Ask yourself what you want improve upon or change. Do you just want to make contact with the ball and stop whiffing? Do you want to be more competitive, have more fun, stop having anxiety when you play with friends.  Perhaps you want less anxiety about joining a local golf league or playing with strangers on vacation when you are paired up with other vacationers.
Start with the low hanging fruit and go for the easy problems.  Start tapping as you focus on the immediate fear or problem.
For example:
I’m scared to death I’m going to miss the ball when I swing.
I’m intimidated playing with friends who are better than me.
I’m intimidated playing with strangers.
I never seem to make a putt when the pressure is on.
There could be countless more starting points because we are all unique though we may have similar fears. The success of EFT comes from delving deeper into the fears and emotions to find out where they started.  By identifying and tapping on originating events when we first experienced an  emotion we are then able to reduce and eliminate our negative response to it now.
Sound simple.  It is simple but requires some practice and of course learning the process. Order your copy of Better Golf with EFT today and get started on your journey to playing better golf today.


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Friday, January 26, 2018

EFT in the News - Featured on Megyn Kelly Today

Did you happen to see Megyn Kelly Today last week?  With special guest Adrienne Cerulo, Megyn and Adrienne discuss how EFT freed her from excruciating pain.

It's a clip worth watching - and a technique worth trying.  Check out the clip here.

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Friday, January 12, 2018 Newsletter - Issue 16

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January 10, 2017 -  Issue 16

"Learn to Love Putting”


All aspects of .golf are important.  Every golfer wants to smash long drives  hit crisp irons and make 20 foot putts for birdie. However if there was one area you could concentrate on that would give you the most bang for your buck I suggest it should be putting.   Putting accounts for as much as 35% or 50% of your score (shoot 90 and take 36 putts it’s 40%, take 40 putts and its 44%, take 32 putts and it’s only 35% of your score) so improvement in this one area can dramatically affect your score.
In this issue I want to encourage you to focus on some of the blocking beliefs you face when getting ready to putt. What are some of the thoughts that race into your head. For example.

  • I don’t want to three putt
  • I‘m afraid of leaving the putt short
  • I’m afraid of hitting it too far past the hole
  • I can’t read the green
  • My hands are shaking
  • I don’t know how hard to hit the putt
  • I’m the worst putter in my foursome

What ever your thoughts are you need to analyze them. Ask yourself why you feel that way and also try to think of other situations when you felt the same way. Let’s take the case of three putting.  Instead of just tapping on the immediate fear of “three putting” or “leaving the putt short”  try remembering prior situations or specific times in previous rounds when you actually three putted or left the putt short.  By tapping on those specific events you begin to address the root of your fear when it first surfaced.
If there is a specific time when you three putted to lose a match or ruin a good score that is a specific event and chances are there is still an emotional charge to the memory.  These are the kinds of specific events you need to clear out through the tapping process.  You should get to a point where after several rounds of tapping on specific events and times the memories of those events have zero emotional response to them. Then next time you get up to putt,  the fear of three putting will no longer have the same effect on you because you have cleared out emotional static associated with it.
Use this same process with all of the thoughts that seem to interfere with your putting and soon you will be two putting and even one putting greens instead of three putting.


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