A must see for any Nascar fan. The legends, the stars, the could be, will be and should have been of the Nascar family. From Lee Petty’s three Championship titles to Jimmie Johnson’s five in a row, from Winston Cup to Sprint Cup, this book is much, much more. Tracks, sponsors, Victory Junction and the Nascar Hall of Fame all come together in a delightful book for the veteran or rookie.
The Jersey Eﬀect takes a look into the hearts and minds of athletes who achieved Super Bowl success and examines the battles they faced. It presents the stories of champions who desired to reflect glory back to God by using their “jersey” and the platform God had given them to make a positive difference in the world. Even so, sometimes their great intentions were hijacked by pride, materialism, distractions, and deﬁciencies within their own character that were never truly understood until the ultimate success had come their way. Intended for players, coaches, and parents that want to learn and in turn teach important lessons about how to properly align their love of sports with God’s heart, The Jersey Eﬀect advocates for a full 360 degrees of inﬂuence: coach on player, player on coach, player on parents, parents on player, and team on community. The Jersey Effect demonstrates how to pursue the ultimate prize—a goal that has little to do with winning a championship ring and everything to do with how we can have a positive effect on those around us through the sports we love.
This book will assist anyone from a first time saltwater angler to a longtime one who just wants to improve. I have given proven advice on what equipment to use, what bait to have, and what fish to target. If you pier fish at all, you definitely need this book, and if you plan to hit the coastal flats, the information inside should enable you to catch fish without breaking the bank.
2. Do you know your swing tendencies?
3. Do you have a plan when your swing tendency shows up to haunt you? And it will.
4. Do you know yourself and your personality?
5. Do you have a plan when you get angry or frustrated?
6. Do you have a plan when bad luck happens?
7. Do you have a plan when you lose confidence?
8. How can you commit fully when you are not confident?
9. Do you react differently when someone is playing great, poorly or is rude in your group?
10. Can you focus when needed and let go when needed?
11. Do you have a plan when you find yourself trying to hard?
12. What is the zone and how do you get there?
13. Do you have a plan when distracted?
14. Do you have a plan when you become nervous or anxious?
15. Can you shut off the negative internal dialogue?
I can help you answer these questions. I am sure some of these questions are new to you no matter how long you have played golf. Finding YOUR answer to each of these questions is the key to finding YOUR way.