“If you want to be healthy, happy, and successful in today’s fast paced world you need to develop the skill of being patient with yourself and others”- Dr. Rob’s book is full of useful ideas for doing so.”
— Dr. Bob Rotella, Sport Psychologist
I’ve always been rushed and impatient. But, worse was that I struggled with wanting the good times to last a little longer.
I was training for a 100-mile race. (Yeah, I’m different)
During a training run of 26 miles, I had eight, hot and humid, miles remaining when in reality, I just wanted to be done.
My mindset was way off.
And THEN, it hit me!
I can’t have it both ways...
I can’t wish away the bad times and STILL hold onto the good times.
Time doesn't work like that. It's not a county song.
So, I made a commitment to appreciate the power of time and improve my relationship with time!
I re-discovered that it's our most precious resource. So, the mental game has to go through concept of time and patience.
And you know what happened, I improved all of my relationships, especially with myself. My entire mental game improved...
Here's the path to be patient…(And the fastest way to get there)
When I won my first PGA Tour event, Dr. Rob also completed a 50-mile ultra that same weekend. So, I wasn’t going to let him get all the glory.