Posts made in March 23rd, 2017

Tiger Woods

Posted By on Mar 23, 2017

Well I just read an article that shares Tiger Woods winning schedule… I thought it is very interesting that the master golfer practices so intensely.
Here is his schedule:
6:30 a.m. – One hour of cardio.
Morning runs allows Tiger to focus on his goals and to start the day off in the right direction. While others are sleeping, Tiger is already working.
7:30 a.m. – One hour of lower weight training. 60-70 percent of normal lifting weight, high reps and multiple sets.
Weight lifting teaches you many important values and principles surely to help guide you in life.
8:30 a.m. – High protein/low-fat breakfast. Typically includes egg-white omelet with vegetables.
A well maintained healthy diet. It is important to keep a successful mindset in whatever it is you are doing.
9:00 a.m. – Two hours on the golf course. Hit on the range and work on swing.
Practice never makes perfect but it makes you close even when you are at the top of your game.
11:00 a.m. – Practice putting for 30 minutes to an hour.
Don’t run away from things deemed difficult. Train your weakest link so that it will become your strongest link, and soon you’ll have no holes in your game.
12:00 p.m. – Play nine holes
You must simulate the actual thing you have been training for because practice alone will not get you to the top.
My comment- Make calls every day…
1:30 p.m. – High protein/low-fat lunch. Typically includes grilled chicken or fish, salad and vegetables.
It’s important to execute things in an intelligent manner because that’s what gives someone the cutting edge over their competitors.
2:00 p.m. – Three-to-four hours on the golf course. Work on swing, short game and occasionally play another nine holes.
Nothing can beat hard work and dedication. You can never practice too much in one day.
My comment- Keep making calls that is how you get better at it.
6:30 p.m. – 30 minutes of upper weight training. High reps.
Rather than calling it quits, Tiger decides to keep a positive and successful mindset, and to finish his day with another workout in the gym. Once you are set on a path, you must not stop, period.
7:00 p.m. – Dinner and rest.
After a long successful day, Tiger can finally rest in the glorious victory of his own achievements. There is no better feeling than to relax knowing you did everything you possibly could that day.
So that is Tiger Woods daily schedule in a nutshell. Nothing too complicated to understand. Just a lot of hard work and dedication day in and day out. If you want to pursue a dream, you MUST be willing to work as hard as this man does.
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Here are 10 tips to reveal your own can-do
1. Disown your helplessness
Can-do people aggressively pursue solutions, and,
in the process, uncover creative solutions others
never even try to find.
Rather than wallowing in helplessness, can-do
leaders search diligently to overcome the
obstacles in front of them.
2. Take the bull by the horns
Can-do people are fearless. They go straight to
the source of their solution. Their very effort
commands attention as they wrestle a problem to
the ground with expediency. They don’t wait; they
3. Enter the no whining zone
Can-do people abstain from complaining. They
recognize its futility and guard their minds and
mouths against indulging in this time-wasting
4. Put on another’s pair of shoes
Can-do people empathize with others. They attempt
to see any predicament from the other person’s
perspective in order to make the best decisions.
5. Nurture your passion
Can-do people are immune to burnout.
They love what they do because they’ve learned how
to fuel the fire that keeps them moving.
The prize is not given to the person who’s the
smartest, nor to the person with the advantages in
resources and position, but to the person with
6. Walk the second mile
Can-do people exceed expectations. While others
settle for an acceptable solution, they aren’t
satisfied until they have achieved the unimagined.
They set expectations for themselves higher than
what is dictated by the people or situations
around them.
7. Quit stewing and start doing
Can-do people take action. While others are
crippled by worry, fear and anxiety, they have the
fortitude to press forward.
The perfect moment when all is safe and assured
may never arrive, so why wait for it?
8. Go with the flow
Can-do people can adjust to change.
They don’t get caught griping about an unexpected
curve in the road. They accept transition with an
optimistic outlook.
9. Follow through to the end
Can-do people not only initiate, they finish.
They are self-starters with the capacity to close
the deal.
10. Expect a return as a result of your commitment
If you make an all-out commitment with a can-do
attitude, expect a return.
Passionate commitment is contagious, and resources
follow resolve. Committed leaders will reap
rewards and find open doors as others are drawn to
the excitement and energy emanating from them.
(Article by John C. Maxwell)
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