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The popularity of the Golf Channel has exploded. Amateur golfers are watching more than ever before to get that one special tip that may improve their game. The golf channel has great resources that range anywhere from, working on your swing to successful ways to hit out of a sand trap. Go a little deeper into their online site and you’ll find lots of tips and suggestions for improving your performance on the course. Many overlook one of the most important areas for improving their game. That’s the fitness area.

Most golf channel viewers are looking for that one tip that will help them to play better or a piece of equipment that will help them to perform at the next level. Having good equipment is a great idea. Practicing your shots out on the practice range is also very important, but your body and the way it reacts to each swing are just as important. This one area is perhaps what really separates the professional players from the amateurs.

All professional players understand that the complexity of the golf swing places many demands on the body. Pros like Tiger Woods, Annika Sorenstam, Vijay Singh, and many others are spending time to improve strength, ease and balance to stay on top of their performance. If the body is not conditioned for these demands, then the swing suffers. This is one of their secrets to smoother swings, hitting longer drives, and nerves of steel. Their body is regularly conditioned to produce the performance they want on the course.
The same is true for amateur and recreational players. By maintaining a regular exercise routine that includes strength, balance, and ease training, the body is ready when you hit the course. Conditioning can take you to the next level. Power, stamina, and consistency can all be improved by regular exercises targeted for the movements required in the golf swing.

Improving the condition of your body can do more than you can imagine giving you more powerful and consistent swings. Add fitness to your bag and you’ll be surprised at the results.

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Take a look at the tabloid scene today and, chances are, you’ll see nothing but second-guesses and armchair diagnoses of Britney Spears’ mental health problems. Everything from anxiety disorder to depression, from bi-polar disorder to schizophrenia have been blamed for her recent (and not so recent) behavior. Just a few months prior, the tabloids were doing the exact same thing to Tom Cruise, especially after that infamous moment where he jumped up and down Oprah’s couch like a hyperactive, spoiled brat on a sugar high. However, according to the American Psychoanalytic Association, this act of “armchair psychoanalysis” may do more harm than good for Britney Spears, or pretty much anyone that is subjected to the same treatment.

One of the many things that the ASA, along with several other mental health professionals, finds disturbing is the fact that most of these diagnoses are invalid. In a number of cases, assigning problems like anxiety disorder or bi-polar disorder to someone other than the therapist or psychiatrist whom one has never met personally is unprofessional and dangerous. Even with the comprehesive coverage by news media, it still cannot detail everything that goes on in a person’s life, and even if it could, it still couldn’t reveal what exactly was going on in a person’s head. The ASA is also worried that these diagnoses showing up on the tabloids are being made by uninformed laymen, who have no idea how to properly discern the signs and symptoms of a mental illness. They contend that while Britney’s behavior might show “classic” signs of being bi-polar, it might actually be any rare form of anxiety disorder.

The ASA is concerned not only with the impact such accusations might have on Spears’ mental health (which they have declined to speculate on), but also on the public perception of psychology and psychiatry as a whole. According to them, a proper diagnosis emerges from several consultations and meetings with the patient, and not merely the observations of “ridiculous” behavior that the tabloids were making. Even licensed, experienced professionals cannot create a final diagnosis without having spent quite a bit of time with the patient. They also state that the behavior displayed by the media, which is selected to entice the largest reaction out of people, is limited and, thus, impossible to develop a proper diagnosis from.

Another problem that worries the ASA is the possibility that these diagnoses will be taken by the general public as fact. This stems from the fact that Britney Spears’ celebrity status, and the incorrect diagnoses and outright “labeling” by the tabloids, can give the general public drastic misconceptions on the nature of mood and anxiety disorders. It might also cause people to mistakenly attempt to “self-diagnose” their problems and attribute them to one disorder or another.

The ASA, along with the National Institute of Mental Health is concerned that this might lead to the general public developing a viewpoint that over-simplifies mental illnesses, which is not the case. The human mind, as well as all disorders or illnesses that it contracts, is a complex structure. They also point out that attempting to diagnose any mental illness when the patient might have a substance abuse problem is highly improbable during the best of circumstances, let alone under media-controlled scrutiny.

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Yes, you. Movie Maker. Two ways.

#1. MOVIE MAKER. Starts with a story THEY really want to tell. Anything THEY are excited about. Something that they were/are touched by, something that affected them or connects with them somehow.

YOU: A successful network marketer starts with a story – one YOU really want to tell. A story is not a promise about what will happen to someone else. The story you tell is based on your experience with say, the product. You RELATE something that happened to you, or affected you, or how something is aligned perfectly with something else that’s important to you. That has the makings of a story.

(E. g. Say you had achy knees for months and were nervous about surgey. You tried 7 different GNC or health store products, and nothing seemed to do much. Then one day you tried this other product and lo! Your achy knees lessened in a week or so, and now, 6 months later, you’ve even playing tennis again. )

#2. MOVIE MAKER. Beginning movie makers mostly try to sell their movie to the studios (and investors) by pitching it as something everyone will want to see. Who could say no to that, right? Think of the income!

YOU: Many beginning network marketers pitch their products (or business) as something everyone will want because well, they are just the best thing out there, aren’t they? How to get everyone to love them is the only obstacle. Indeed.

But Whole Foods is not for everyone is it? Yet their business is booming. Whether you shop there or not, even. Madonna is not for everyone, is she? But does she need everyone to be financially wildly successful? You name something, I’ll tell you that everyone DOES NOT LOVE IT or want it. Sniff.

No one has ever had even close to everyone to make a success of things. “Almost no one” will do fine, actually. Like a few hundred customers for your product line, of the 300 million people in the U. S. , say.

Savvy movie makers have long abandoned the “for everyone” pitch. In Hollywood, the smart ones talk about “finding your audience. ” This is what you should do. Because nothing is for everyone. Not even God.

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