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Mind Over Golf

Author : Don Sauers
ISBN : 9781497634268
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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There’s an interesting point at which the psychological and technical sides of golf meet--and Tom Nieporte and Don Sauers discover this by talking with America’s leading golf professionals. The tips provided in this book will help golfers of any level discover or regain confidence that will drop strokes off of every golfer’s score. Any golfer must know how to master the eight major golfing skills, and from this book golfers will learn how easy it is to turn handicapping weaknesses into winning strengths. The most valuable advice here is sure to cultivate winners on the green!

Mind Over Golf

Author : Richard H. Coop
ISBN : UVA:X002327905
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Explains why golf is so mentally demanding, and discusses preshot routine, concentration, visualization, emotional stress, and competitive play

Mind Over Golf How To Use Your Head To Lower Your Score

Author : Richard Coop
ISBN : OCLC:681333750
Genre : Golf
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This Much I Know About Mind Over Matter

Author : John Tomsett
ISBN : 9781785831898
Genre : Education
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In This Much I Know about Mind Over Matter John Tomsett addresses, with refreshing honesty, the growing problem of the mental health issues experienced by children and young people, offering up a plan for averting a mental health crisis in our schools. Tomsett interweaves his formative and professional experience with strategies for addressing students’ mental health issues and insights from his interviews with high profile thinkers on the subject including Professor Tanya Byron, Natasha Devon, Norman Lamb, Tom Bennett, Claire Fox and Dr Ken McLaughlin. The book is replete with truths about the state of children’s mental wellbeing, about creating a school culture where everyone can thrive and about living in the shadow of his mother’s manic depression. With his typical mixture of experience, wisdom and research-based evidence, Tomsett explains how he manages the pressure of modern day state school headship in a climate where you are only as good as your last set of examination results, a pressure which acutely affects staff and students too. He outlines his strategies for mitigating this pressure and turning the tide of students’ mental health problems. The autobiographical narrative modulates between self-effacing humour and heart-wrenching stories of his mother’s life, blighted by mental illness. His professional reflections are a wisdom-filled blend of evidence-based policy and decades of experience in teaching and school leadership. Tomsett writes with genuine humility. His prose is beautiful in its seeming simplicity. When you pick up one of his books you will find you have read the first fifty pages before you have even noticed: surely the hallmark of truly great writing. Topics covered include: the real state of the nation’s mental health, the perfect storm that is precipitating a mental health crisis in schools, the problems of loose terminology – what do we really mean when we talk about a mental health epidemic? – and poor understanding of mental health problems and mental illness, the disparity between mental and physical health in public discourse, treatment and funding, beginning the conversation about mental health, the philosophical and psychological principles underpinning the debate, strategies to support students in managing their own mental health better, resilience, growth mindset, mindfulness, grit, failure and mistakes, coping with pressure, York’s school wellbeing workers project, evidence-based strategies that have worked in Huntington School, metacognitive strategies for improving exam performance, interviews with professionals in the field, the reality of living with a parent with a serious mental illness, self-concept and achievement, perfectionism, the relationship between academic rigour and therapeutic education and, significantly, what the research says, what the experts say and what Tomsett’s experience says about adverting a mental health crisis in schools. Suitable for teachers, leaders and anyone with an interest in mental health in schools.

Mind Over Golf How To Use Your Head To Lower Your Score Dr Richard H Coop With Bill Fields

Author : Richard H. Coop
ISBN : OCLC:870059480
Genre : Golf
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Mind Over Batter

Author : Graeme Fowler
ISBN : 9781471174292
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 62. 32 MB
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Following the critical and commercial success of Absolutely Foxed, Graeme Fowler returns with a stunning new book that takes the reader inside the mental side of cricket. Few sports can be played as much in the mind as cricket. When bowlers are hurling the ball down at your head at 90 mph, or fielders are crowded round the bat waiting to snap up an edge, only the most resilient can thrive. In Mind Over Batter, former Test batsman, commentator and coach Fowler looks into all facets of the game to assess the mental aspect of cricket. What is mental strength? And how can you improve it, or why do some people suddenly lose it? Can the environment in a dressing room have any impact on both mental strength and mental health? When a game builds up to a dramatic climax - how do you train yourself to cope? Can pressure really lead to catastrophic decision-making and even lead players to bend the rules? Told with his familiar mix of brilliant insight, hilarious anecdotes and moving personal experience of his own mental demons, Fowler delivers a superb portrait of the game. Mind Over Batter will not only shed light on the top echelons of cricket, but it will also provide the reader with many useful ideas on how they can improve their own game and performance - in cricket or in other walks of life. Finally, having resisted for many years despite his own mental health issues, Fowler decides to take a closer look inside his own mind and for the first time undergoes therapy to see if he can work out what makes him tick. What he discovered surprised even him.

Golf Talk

Author : Daniel Stewart Acuff
ISBN : 9780741417275
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Mind Over Murder

Author : Claude F. Eldridge
ISBN : 9781452042954
Genre : Fiction
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This work of fiction was set in the state of Kansas. Patrick Riley had dreamed of being a police detective in the bustling city of Metropolis , Kansas. Starting on the police force as a patrolman his curiosity led him to discover a murdurous plot that caused his rapid advancement to being a detective more quickly than he could have hoped for. The plot turned out to be about a serial killer who started with the murder of a fedral judge and proceeded, one by one, to eliminate all the jurors associated with the murder convicton of Slippery Slade Malvo. The killer, silent as a shadow, left no clues. At first the murders appeared to be accidental deaths, but were part of the plot to keep Malvo in prison for life.The murder of the judge led to Patrick's becoming partners with Paul Bledsoe, an FBI special agent. The trail of the clever killer led Patrick and Paul across the nation, they discovered that some form of mind control was in effect, but the case was not solved until the last juror was murdered. The way Patrick discovered the identity of the killer almost cost him his life.

The Golfing Mind

Author : Robert Alexander Brown
ISBN : PSU:000023406773
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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From the moment the golf ball is addressed, the mind takes over. "Often writers on the mental game, while very good at identifying problems, discuss the solutions only in vague terms. Robert Brown's book discusses problems and solutions in a concrete way, and gives golfers advice they can apply to themselves". -- Alastair Cochran, author of In Search of the Perfect Swing

The Caddie

Author : J. Michael Veron
ISBN : 9781466853041
Genre : Fiction
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J. Michael Veron is the acclaimed author of The Greatest Player Who Never Lived and The Greatest Course That Never Was. His work has earned him the title of "master of fiction" from USA Today has called him "The John Grisham of Golf." In addition, The New York Times hailed The Greatest Player as "Golf's Literary Rookie of the Year," and the Seattle Times ranked The Greatest Player as second on its all-time list of "Five Wonderful Golf Books." At one time, The Greatest Player and The Greatest Course were the first and third best-selling sports fiction in the country. Now, J. Michael Veron returns with his most intriguing work yet.... The caddie occupies the most unique position in all of sports. He is a coach who doesn't have to stay on the sidelines, a waterboy who doesn't have to wait for timeouts, a psychologist who doesn't have a couch, and a fan who doesn't have to buy a ticket. In Bobby Reeves' case, he's also a bail bondsman, not to mention a savior who will attempt to help him resurrects his game - and his life - in most unexpected ways. From a jail cell in Baton Rouge to the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, the gifted but troubled golfer and his mysterious caddie travel a remarkable path to great courses and to redemption. With his trademark style and golf expertise, J. Michael Veron has once again crafted a remarkable golf story.

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