Daily Motivational Quote August 19, 2011

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Friday August 19, 2011

Friday Fortune Cookie!

"Keep your mind on what you want, and off of what you don't." -Bruce Lee

It happens every time I am out on the golf course.

I want to put the little ball on the green.

I really want to put the little ball on the green.

The problem is that I see all the obstacles in the way.

A sand trap...A pond...Oh and those trees over there. I really don't want to hit the ball over there.

I begin to focus on the things that I want to avoid, and that is where I end up hitting the little ball...most of the time.

No, I am not a great golfer, but there is a great lesson to be had from the game.

What you focus your attention on is what you will get.

When you can clearly visualize the goal in your mind, the obstacles will fade out of focus and leave your thoughts. Then you will hit your mark.

Now I just have to print this out and tape it to my golf bag.

Have a great weekend!

In Health,

Dr. Bryan Schuetz

Life Extension Specialist

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