Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Refreshing from those who give talks, presentations or sermons...

when these give a glimpse of their self, expressing vulnerability, for example, 

before or as they start:  

"I'm feeling a little intimidated by the task this morning..." 

Put another way, a speaker locating herself within the fittings of what her task is can be invigorating to the ear, mind and heart of the listener and group as a whole.

Thank you to those who do this. And grace also.    :  ^  )

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Building Rapport

Most golfers who play well or want to play well know the endorphin high of "pulling off a shot". Translation for everybody else: Their shot goes even better than they imagined it would. :^ )

It's as though something breaks through, a spiritual pause of everything: all is right with the world, and
even, within. Here is what has been happening with golf.

Golfers are realizing the benefit of building rapport with and within their body to get the most out of their game. 

Players are discovering three keys for building rapport with their game: flexibility at a max micro-level within the body, muscle nerves firing in sync, and muscles working with the nerves.  

It's fun to see shots go as a player intends, players building rapport with their game and each of us with what we have going on in our lives.