Recently, I was training one of my golf enthusiast clients. Scott and his good friend Boyd frequent different golf courses each week.

An interesting conversation with Scott led to us agreeing about the comparisons of golf and life. When you’re having a challenging day of golf, it takes extra energy and effort to get back in line. It’s like hooking or slicing the ball, so now you’ve got to dig through the roughage, find the ball and fight your way back to the fairway.

David Tepera: davidtepera@yahoo.com.

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