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Do you want to boost your brain - win your game? I'm Karl Morris one of Europe's leading Performance Coaches.  Whether it's sport, business or pleasure, the real key to success is to go from thought to ACTION and MAKE the changes happen.

Feb 18, 2022

Today we welcome back a very good friend of the podcast in the shape of Nick Bradley.

Nick is one of the most innovative thinkers about the game.

Amongst many other highlights in his career he worked with Paul McGinley as part of the successful Ryder Cup team in 2014

He has published a great new book called

‘The 50 Secrets to Great Golf You DON”T Know about YET’

The book is a series of essays compiled by Nick over the years working with some of the best players in the world such as Sir Nick Faldo and Justin Rose

We discuss how your philosophy of the game will affect just about everything you do from the movements you make to the experience of the game itself

Are you a golfer who plays to WIN or are you a golfer who PLAYS to PLAY?

A very important distinction

Which one are you?

Once you get really clear on this your approach to the game can match your intention

Get it wrong and you can be hopelessly misaligned

Nick has spent a LOT of time with Sir Nick Faldo

Why was he so great?

How did he work on his game in a way that was different from other players?

The ability to blend the technical and the mental

Nick makes a valid point about our ability to create the SHOT we wish has to be supported by the correct motion of the club and body

How to best do this

Working with your ego

How to befriend and utilise your golfing ego

What does that LOOK like practically ?

How to use the ego to ask EFFECTIVE QUESTIONS

Dealing with first tee nerves or being able to close out a tournament

How to manage your ENERGY

Can you become a REDUCTIONIST?

Can you save time and energy to become a better player?

The reduction of thought through habit

Can you SIMPLIFY your golfing business plan?

Shot indexing

What is it?

How can YOU apply it?

Should a tour player have a coach as an employee or should he be a consultant?

A really interesting conversation on the direction of elite coaching

Nick is always great value

He is not afraid to voice some controversial opinions

He says it as it is

Very refreshing and you will gain so much from his insights

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