After 30 years of study, with extraordinary masters in music, Chinese Medicine, Kung Fu, Qi Gong, and Tai chi,  I figured out what every master I've ever worked with had in common. The key to their success is to identify:

The Goal: What they were currently working towards and how to create the criteria to achève the goal.

The process they shared with me was:

What to Practice

How to Practice

A Practice Routine

 

This process creates a structure that includes mindfulness of what needs to be done to be successful. 

 

Example: Music

 

For example, if the goal is to be an extraordinary musician, one must able to get out of the way of the music. There are three basic criteria: Rhythm, Intonation (pitch) and Quality of Sound. If you are interested in knowing what to practice, how to practice and a practice routine,, please sign up for updates by giving us your e-mail.

 

Example Golf:

 

If your goal is to be a pain free extraordinary golfer, then one must be trained in how to get out of the way of the golf swing. The criteria are: balance, rhythm/order of motion, flow and transfer of energy. If you are interested in knowing what to practice, how to practice and a practice routine, please sign up for updates by giving us your e-mail.