Thursday, March 25, 2010

PGA Tour Players Comment on Mental Management

Here are some testimonials from some of our recent PGA Tour clients:

"Mental Management has been a driving force behind improving my speed of play. They have helped me develop a consistent mental program that is helping me reach my potential as a player. This isn't sports psychology. This is achieving mental consistency in an inconsistent sport." Ben Crane, PGA Tour Player

"Lanny gave me an insight and understanding of the mental approach necessary to take my life and golf game to the next level." Matt Jones, PGA Tour Player

"I believe that Mental Management Systems goes where others fall short. It gives you a framework to enhance not only your chosen profession but also your quality of life. If you follow the system, success will be yours." Joe Durant, PGA Tour Player

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Monday, March 22, 2010

Email from a Happy Customer!

The exciting part about working at Mental Management Systems are the emails we receive like the one below from a golfer who is using "With Winning in Mind" to reach his potential!

Hi Lanny:

Thank you for writing With Winning in Mind. I firmly believe golf (and life)
is a game played mostly between the ears. After reading your book, and
adopting your strategies for changing my self-image as a golfer, I have
taken my game to another level almost overnight.

I am an accomplished player (4 handicap) who has long struggled with how to
shave those last few strokes from my game. I knew I had the physical skills
to shoot par, and finally admitted to myself that my fear and anxiety were
holding me back.

My search for answers led me to With Winning in Mind. Your book helped me to see that I was suffering under a destructive misconception. Because I had not been playing golf for very long, I (wrongly) believed I hadn't "earned the right" to be a par shooter. I knew I had to replace that image with a better one, if I was going to reach my goals in golf. Your solution is deceptively simple, yet powerful: Become the golfer you want to be by
believing you are that golfer now, not in the future. Inhabit that reality,
make it a part of who you are, so no matter what happens during a round of
golf, you can count on yourself to perform at least to that level. I knew
intuitively that you had given me the key to unlocking my potential, and I
couldn't wait to put it to the test.

The very next day, I shot even par. And just yesterday, I shot one-under,
beating par over 18 holes for the first time. These were not perfect rounds
of golf, by any means. I made some bad swings, and got into some tough
spots. But I was unflappable, and that made all the difference.

Needless to say, I am recommending your book to everyone who will listen.
Thank you again.

Greg Newman

Thursday, March 4, 2010

USA Archery and Mental Management!

We are proud to announce that Mental Management has begun working with USA Archery and are pleased to know that the shooters are reaching their goals - achieving personal best scores in major competitions!

"After working with Lanny and Troy Bassham, I can see a more consistent mental performance from our athletes in competition. Now they display a more mature and responsible mental attitude." National Head Coach, Coach Kisik Lee

Below we have listed some success the archery team has had recently:

Jake Kaminski - won the World Archery Festival in Las Vegas and shot 298 (Personal Best) out of 300. At Indoor Nationals, shot another 298 and 593 (Personal Best) and double Indoor of 1181 which is also a Personal Best. Currently ranked #1 at Indoor Nationals(final accumulations will be done in 2 weeks).

Brady Ellison - won his first senior international event - World Archery Challenge and defeated former World Indoor and Outdoor Champion Michele Frangili of Italy.

Tyler Schardt - set 3 new personal best at Indoor nationals of 295, 583 and 1158.

Joe Fanchin - set 1 new personal best at indoor nationals of 292.

Megan Carter - set 1 new personal best at indoor nationals of 287.

Nick Kale - set 1 new personal best at the World Archery Festival in Las Vegas.

Heather Koehl was second at the World Archery Festival in Las Vegas.

Kristin Braun was third at the World Archery Festival in Las Vegas.

Congratulations to these shooters!

"Our athletes' quality of training has improved drastically. Before they seemed unfocused and had to work so hard in competition. Now they can train hard and enjoy competing. This can only be attributed to running a consistent mental program." Guy Krueger, Assistant Coach/USA Archery

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