The Three-Bullet Drill: Creating Your Reality
One of the quickest pathways to proficiency is a gun mount drill we have dubbed “The Three-Bullet Drill.” Tens of thousands of wing and clay shooters all over the world have used this simple drill to explain to their brains how they want the visual data stream from their retinas to be interpreted.
Just like your computer turns a sequence of ones and zeros into many different diverse objects and thoughts, your brain takes impulses from our senses. And based on the sequence of those impulses, your experiences in the past creates your reality.
There was a time when four intersecting vertical lines meant nothing to you. But when you recognized them as a “W” and associated that letter with how it sounded when pronounced based on how many times you used it, eventually it made its way to your long-term memory.