Get Birdies is a book for those who desire improving performance through the power of their thoughts and attitude. The book is a collection of weekly articles written for The State Port Pilot. The articles focus on golf but are also read and enjoyed by non-golfers.
These are articles about choosing winning thoughts, being emotionally positive and focusing on the present moment. Relaxation will increase the muscle flexibility while getting back to basics is helpful when the game has gone astray.
Get Birdies is a book that can be picked up for a specific problem or read from cover to cover. It is a reference book that is basic to positive thinking both on the golf course and in other areas of successful living.
It is the six inches between our ears that determines our performance outcomes. We have a choice how we think. This book gives the winning mental approach to golf and life.
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About the Author
She has worked with golf professionals on the mental aspects of their golf games since the 1980's. Marcia has conducted seminars on the mental aspects of competition for Golfers, Tae Kwando and Triathlon competitors in the cities across the country.
In May of 2001, she began a weekly golf article called Get Birdies, for the newspaper The State Port Pilot. Both golfers and those who do not play golf enjoy reading these articles. She has been repeatedly asked for the articles in book form. This book is the results of their enthusiasm and encouragement.
Before returning to complete her education, Marcia was an artist doing children's portraits, landscapes, seascapes, and still life paintings. The mediums used were watercolor, oil, pastels, acrylic and silver point. Other creative endeavors included interior design, landscape architecture, and dress design.
At the university, interest in different thought processes lead to research using astronauts, aerospace engineers, artists and authors as subjects. A questionnaire was developed that would predict an innovative generalist or a detailed specifist. It would indicate whether the artist would produce impressionist soft-edged rather than hard-edged, geometric, architecturalrenderings. For writers it would predict writing poetry and novels versus textbooks.
Presently, she is writing her book about Celiac Disease. The book indicates hidden sources of gluten for those unable to digest wheat. Included are recipes that she has developed over 37 years since her diagnosis of having Celiac Disease. Her substitutions for wheat allow a person with the disease to enjoy a wide range of gluten free homemade food.