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  • Play Magic Golf: How to Use Self-Hypnosis, Meditation, Zen, Universal Laws, Quantum Energy, and the Latest Psychological and Nlp Techni

    By Stephen Simpson

    Our Price: $7.99
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9781478102861
    • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
    • Published: June 2012
    Prepare for a magical journey at the speed of light to steal from the world of hypnosis, meditation, Zen, NLP, universal laws, and quantum energy. You are guaranteed to be a better golfer, and will enjoy more confidence off the course too. Non-golfers have used these tools to create richness in their lives too.Dr.Simpson’s methods have been used successfully by tour players, and helped them win tournaments, as well as by club golfers of all ability levels. Almost all the top players have mind coaches, and recognise the critical role they have played in their success. Mind coaching is not for those who lack mental strength; it is for those who have already proven their resilience in golf, or in any other area of their life. Successful people are not afraid to discover just how much higher they can climb.Before you commit to discovering just how far you can take your game, ask yourself: - Am I really ready to experiment with new ideas, knowing they have worked for others? - Am I frustrated that I do not have more to show for my efforts so far? - Am I ready to say ‘Enough is enough, it is time for something different?’This is the third edition of Play Magic Golf, and builds on the successes of the first two editions, and the feedback and results obtained by its readers.
  • Putting With an Open Mind

    By Stephen Simpson

    Our Price: $5.99
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9781482055078
    • Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
    • Published: January 2013
    Dr. Simpson is a medical specialist and mind coach working with clients on the European Tours. He knows from his experiences that successful putting depends much more on using effective mind skills than technique. Dr. Simpson explains his revolutionary methods that you can use immediately to hole more putts, and have a lot more fun too.Drive for show, and putt for dough. It is a cliche, but nevertheless it is true. The fastest way to bring your handicap down, or make more money on tour, is to shave a few putts from your round. Even just one would make a huge difference. It is the easiest thing to do, or the hardest, depending on how you think about it, and which part of your brain you are using. Children are often very good at putting because nobody has told them how difficult it is, or blinded them with technique. There is a lesson there for you too.Adopt the mantra that you will follow your process, and your results will take care of themselves. In other words if your processes are good more putts will drop, and your statistics will improve as a result.This is the process that you will use to improve your putting stats. There are only four magic mind secrets to this process. Adopt them and they will open your mind, and as a result you will hole many more putts. Here they are:- Be confident about the line- Be confident about the speed of the green- Be confident in yourself- Be confident to stroke the ball smoothlyThis sounds easy, and it certainly can be. The power word that applies to all these four secrets is confidence, and Dr. Simpson’s role is to explain HOW you can increase your confidence in these four critical areas. In this audiobook he explains in an engaging style the way that your brain works, and unearths a few clues explaining why most people get in their own way, and make putting, and life, a lot more difficult than they should.
  • Tales from the Magic Tree

    By Lucy Simpson

    Our Price: $9.99
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9781467977043
    • Publisher: Createspace
    • Published: November 2011
    Tales from the Magic Tree are stories aimed at young children to help with their personal development and growth. They all have positive multi-layered messages. On the surface they are imaginative narratives, but at a deeper level encourage greater appreciation of the needs of others, and less painful inward reflection.The stories are easy to listen to or to read. They introduce simple methods to promote and increase self awareness, self belief and personal growth. The topics are all based around key issues which affect young people, and highlight to the listener that they can take control of their feelings and emotions. They are not a helpless passenger in their own body.The magic tree stands in a quiet corner of the playground of Cherry Tree Primary School and offers a peaceful place for students and teachers to sit and think. Consequently the magic tree has heard many stories over the years and wants to share what he has learnt in order to help the listener discover these secrets too. The magic tree reassures the young people that they are not alone, and that even if things feel tough at the moment there are always different approaches and sources of support from others.This book consists of 6 stories:- The Girl Who Surprised Everyone- The Boy Who Never Cried- The Girl Who Tried to Please Everyone- The Girl that Travelled to Africa- The Boy that Did Not Want to Forget- The Girl with the Crystal BallLucy Simpson has worked with disadvantaged young people for over ten years, including those in Angola. Her experiences inspired her to write these stories. She discovered at first hand both the strengths but also the doubts that many young people have about themselves, and their place in our complex society.Lucy has studied Psychology, trained as a Counsellor, and is now completing her Masters in Social Work so that she can continue to work with vulnerable children.
  • The $447 Million Secrets of Sport

    By Stephen Simpson

    Our Price: $7.99
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9781480203501
    • Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
    • Published: November 2012
    So you want to discover some secrets to use in your favourite sport to take your game to at least the next level? Excellent, You will find many in this book. YOU will discover the secrets of success used by our top athletes. Choose the secrets that most strongly resonate with you, and use them in your favourite sport. YOU will have more fun, and post better results. As an extra bonus you will delight in discovering that these secrets work just as well in the rest of your life too!It is no surprise that Floyd Mayweather, Tiger Woods. LeBron James, Roger Federer, Cristiano Ronaldo. Peyton Manning, Alex Rodriguez, Fernando Alonso, Mahendra Dhoni, and Usain Bolt have set so many records, and earned so much money. It is because they have stretched their ability as far as it will go, using both ancient and modern mind secrets,Their secrets include setting power goals, the benefits of meditation, Zen, NLP, visualisation, how to make your own luck, developing mindfulness, the importance of staying in the present, dealing with adversity, and forging a winning attitude.Each chapter comprises two main sections. The first section paints a high level summary of each athlete, their main achievements, and suggests some of their possible secrets. The second section of each chapter examines the athlete’s main secret in more detail. This includes compelling explanations of how your mind works, and why some techniques will be much more valuable to you than others. YOU will discover how to improve your skills in these vital areas, and how to start posting the scores that you deserve.About the authorDr. Stephen Simpson is a medical specialist, MBA, and Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine. He works as an elite performance coach, and has written and presented many scientific papers at international conferences, as well as making guest appearances on TV and radio. Dr. Simpson is also a bestselling book and audiobook author and presenter, achieving Number 1 successes in 8 countries to date; in UK, USA, Australia, Portugal, Italy, Austria, France, and Belgium. His clients include leading names from the world of sport, business, and the entertainment industries.

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