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The Road to Greatness

Being great at anything is a lonely road. It evolves with a lot of time honing and re-honing your fundamentals until you can depend on them.

You are really building a circuit in the brain. The more you do it, the better it becomes because you are actually building insulation around that circuit so it fires more and more consistently without consciously guiding it. Only then can you begin to concentrate on building the competition circuit in the brain.

Our research indicates you must become proficient in the consistent application of fundamentals before you can begin to learn how to compete!

It’s a long kinky road to be the best at anything. It begins on the practice field and ends in the winner’s circle. It doesn’t happen overnight and has nothing to do with the lead; it has everything to do with how the lead is applied.

It’s not a snapshot. And you will never get there until it becomes a movie that immediately pops in your head the first time you see the target. At that point, you can concentrate on winning.