So I was reading this article on Thirteen Under Golf about this young kid named Bryson DeChambeau. This kid has had an incredibly weird and strange and not normal life. To Me. Or too many regular folks. But who are we to judge? This kid uses all the same length golf clubs. Everyone one the same! Do you know what a freak show that would be on the PGA tour? Well, it doesn’t seem to bother him. No excuses from him. No whining from him. I bet he gets tortured from the all boys clubs on the tour, but then again he is already better than half the tour regulars, as a matter of fact, he became the fifth golfer to win both the NCAA and U.S. Amateur titles in the same year, joining Jack Nicklaus, wPhil Mickelson, Tiger Woods and Ryan Moore. Regardless I am not sure what golf school would ever teach his way of doing things, but then again maybe they should.
So that got me thinking
What if we could all get off these excuses in our lives? what if we truly didn’t care what other people thought of us, or care what we going to get told if we said that thing to that person. Your know what I mean? How many dates would I have got in college if I would have just asked? Seriously! half of the time? 50% for this stud! I would take 50% of the time in most situations of life most of the time. We can’t we just get over ourselves?
I struggle a lot. But most of the time it’s in my own head. I think most people see me as a strong guy. I don’t most of the time, but I am working on that. My struggle today was getting to the gym at lunch but I made it. I mean how could iIrite a blog about performance if i let me daily excuses keep me on the couch! not performing there.
anyway here’s today’s workout..
Get out there an perform