Trevor Immelman went wire to wire last week, capturing the green jacket and immortalizing himself as a well deserving champion at the most prestigious of golf tournaments, the U.S. Masters.
With enormous pressure, he was able to maintain control of his emotions and allowed the other players to “beat themselves”. And all this after battling parasites and tumors over the past year.
Tiger Woods, the benchmark for all the players of course was in the hunt, and finished a respectable second place. Making a few of those missed putts would have added the drama we have come to expect.
Emotional control is necessary if we are going to achieve success in any important endeavor.
Embracing the opportunities to test our courage against formidable opponents is the way we learn to become masters of our destiny.
In the current economic climate, it means finding new ways to generate income, while letting go of the past strategies that are no longer effective.
Just do it.
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