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A solid golf game can be a boon to your financial success. If you’re not confident in your abilities on the course—or just want a refreshed sense of purpose, excitement, and pride for the game—consider golfing with a professional. Here’s a story from someone who went from amateur golfer to pro in five short lessons:
“The first time I ever hit a golf ball was when a colleague invited me to a charity tournament with two of our company’s best clients. I was so scared of doing the wrong thing. It was petrifying. Houses, condos, water, people—I hit all of them during the round.
“I wanted to quit. Then someone suggested I take four or fivelessons with a pro before I ever went out on the golf course again. The pro took me on the course to show me how to play and to learn the etiquette and rules.
“If I had not taken those lessons, I would have quit, even though I knew it would help my career to be able to play. The pro said it’s like skiing. ‘Would you really get on the lift and go flying down a double black diamond the very first time without a lesson?’”
If golf isn’t your game (yet), maybe lessons would help you access the business opportunities this sport affords.
Hopefully, this tip will prove helpful on your financial journey. If you have any questions or could use guidance on any other areas of your financial life, please don’t hesitate to call.
- Daniel Rickett