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7 Strokes in 7 Days - Quick and Easy Break-Through Mental Training That Will Revolutionize Your Golf Game and Life - cover

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7 Strokes in 7 Days - Quick and Easy Break-Through Mental Training That Will Revolutionize Your Golf Game and Life

Dawn Grant

Publisher: Balboa Press

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Summary

Dawn Grant knows what you want. As a professional mental trainer and hypnotist who has had a successful private practice since 2001; she has a profound understanding of the human psyche, altered states of consciousness, and how to train people in the best use of their mind for optimal performance.

7 Strokes In 7 Days is full of concrete, specific, “secret-weapon” techniques that have helped every-day athletes globally, as well as those credentialed in: Olympics, Hall-of-Fame, World Championships, PGA TOUR, LPGA, Web.com TOUR, IJGA, USA Shooting, ISSF, PSCA, USA Sporting Clays Team, WBA, Ironman, and NCAA. Training that helped Vijay Singh to win the 2008 FedEx Cup Championship, and her PGA TOUR Pro clients to have an average increase in earnings of 219%.

In 7 Strokes In 7 Days you are guided through a simple, step-by-step process with clear, concise, time-proven skills that’ll train you out of the limitations of your mind, and into mind mastery. You will improve your golf game by: focusing better, letting go, having a quiet mind, performing as well as you practice, feeling calm under pressure, being more consistent, feeling more confident, trusting yourself, trusting your mechanics, feeling you’ve done your best, seeing improvement in your scores, and actually having fun golfing again!

You will truly get past the most common mental problems that keep you from being your best and from playing great golf: worry, fear, doubts, regrets, anxiety, over-thinking, anger, expectations, trying too hard, wandering mind, and lack of focus.

7 Strokes In 7 Days takes you where other “experts” fall short. It teaches you how to unlock your true potential, accelerate performance and improve your life. Your optimal state of performance, The Zone State, will no longer be elusive to you.

As an added bonus with this book you get this life changing tool for free: 20 Minute Hypnosis For Transformation MP3

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