That Sunday in church, Tyler felt the sermon was tailored directly toward him, and what he was embarking on with his golf journey. The text the pastor used came from 2 Timothy 1:7 “For the Spirit God gave us does not make us timid, but gives us Power, love and self discipline.”
“Hey you guys are just in time for dinner; the food will be ready in a few minutes. Asia, you have to stay for dinner too. We are having Cornish hens, ham, wild rice, broccoli, and sweet potatoes, and I have prepared enough for you too. So, just come on in and relax.”
Stepping up to the ball, she said, “here we go.” She addressed the ball with her club, took one last peek at the flag, then eyes back on the ball. She began her back swing then forward, and the ball took flight. It was a beautiful first shot from the tee.
Ronald, now owner of the newly renamed “RLE Full Service Automotive”, set out to make changes to improve the shop as outlined in his business plan. Part of the changes included expanding the shop to add additional garage bays which allowed him to hire 2 new mechanics and an additional service tech.
I believe competition brings out the best in athletes. It pushes you to dig deeper than you would ordinarily dig, you can learn from the other competitors and it forces you to learn how to focus singularly while blocking out distractions. All great traits that will serve you well throughout life’s journey.
Go Fore It! encourages you to pick up a set of golf clubs and take your shot. Whether you are climbing the corporate ladder, an entrepreneur, a student-athlete, or simply looking to get a little exercise, adding a few rounds of golf can only help.