More then 90% of people around the world are accustomed to the source of income known as Linear Income…trading time for money. For that reason most people are not financially independent. Linear Income, also known as work income, means you receive a paycheck based on how much work you do. You need to put in certain number of hours every week. When you stop working, your income stops.
Linear Income requires continued work.
Residual Income is different. It is the most powerful and profi table source of income. Residual Income is the income of the rich.
It is a source of income that keeps coming in on a regular basis, from work you do once – meaning even when you are not working.
Residual Income is not about “get rich quick” – the principal very much misunderstood by many people. It More >
My goal as an Instructor is to listen first to what the student wants, needs and doesn’t want. Then my job is to help them obtain these goals. There are three things I am looking at to start . First what is the ball flight ? Second how is the club moving? Third what is the body doing to effect the the clubs movement ? A geometrically-correct swing is the cornerstone of my teaching philosophy. The golf swing I teach is a circular motion where the golfer’s weight starts slightly forward and continues to work forward throughout the entire motion. Having the weight forward through impact position helps create solid strike on ball. The hands should be ahead of the club head prior to impact and the lead wrist should be flat. The Geometry and Physics are the same for everyone, the anatomy of More >
There are certain factors that influence where the golf ball travels after being struck with a golf club. It is important for each golfer to understand these factors. Many people play golf for years and still don’t truly understand what really influences the golf balls flight.
The two most important factors in controlling the flight of your golf ball.
1) The club face. The club face has only 3 options when it impacts golf ball. It can be square, open, or closed to target line.
2) The club path. The direction the club travels though impact. It can be straight, to the right or to the left.
The club face controls about roughly 75% of the starting direction of the golf ball with a iron, and 90% of starting direction with a driver.This means the club face is 7 times more important than the More >