Golfer and the Millionaire: It's About Having the Balls to Succeed

Golfer and the Millionaire: It's About Having the Balls to Succeed

by Mark Fisher

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Overview

Golfer and the Millionaire: It's About Having the Balls to Succeed by Mark Fisher

The Golfer and the Millionaire is one of those books that will change people's lives. It's about one man's struggle to redeem himself, to believe in himself, to conquer his failures, and tom make his life a success. The story uses golf as a metaphor for life and reaches out to all those who want to enter the zone of victory on the green or in the business world. The invaluable life lessons in this book leave the reader with one inescapable truth: Ultimate success can only be achieved when our minds are trained to grasp it.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780761514688
Publisher: Crown Publishing Group
Publication date: 04/22/1998
Pages: 139
Product dimensions: 5.76(w) x 8.83(h) x 0.68(d)

About the Author

Mark Fisher is the author of the bestseller The Instant Millionaire, which has sold more than 150,000 copies in the United States alone and been translated into 21 languages. A full-time author and enthusiastic golfer, Mark lives in Montreal with his wife and daughters.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
1. In Which the Golfer Had Stopped Dreaming
2. In Which the Golfer Meets an Extraordinary Person
3. In Which the Golfer Learns Why He Failed
4. In Which the Golfer Learns the Right Way to Practice
5. In Which the Golfer Discovers Some of the Mysteries of Golf
6. In Which the Golfer Learns Not to Be Influenced by Events
7. In Which the Golfer Learns the Secret of Imitation
8. In Which the Golfer Discovers His Inner Power
9. In Which the Golfer Learns to Visualize His Shots
10. In Which the Golfer Discovers the Real Love of Golf
11. In Which the Golfer Decides to Risk Everything
12. In Which the Golfer Meets Someone Who Believes in Him
13. In Which the Golfer Faces His First Test
14. In Which the Golfer Discovers the Terrible Secret of His Childhood
15. In Which the Golfer Is Put to the Final Test
16. In Which the Golfer and the Millionaire Go Their Separate Ways

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