GOLF AND THE 2 MM RULE
Updated: Nov 11
Tony, a world-renowned peak performance specialist, had hired one of the best Golf coaches in the world, Tim Hurja, to improve his technique and game.
Tony was pleased to pick up the golf club and immediately hit some great shots down the fairway.
But then, as is prone to happen in golf, the harder he concentrated and swung his club, the shots became less consistent and more frustrating.
The coach turns to Tony and says: "Tony, 2 mm! Adjust your wrist by 2 mm, and you will hit the ball in the hole."
"In golf, your clubface must be square to the path you're swinging on to hit the ball straight; it's less than a 2-millimetre shift that makes all the difference," he said. "A two-millimetre shift may not seem like much, but as you carry that small shift out further and further, it has a dramatic impact on your outcome."
Sometimes in life, you need to do a 2mm change to have an impact.
It's a tweak.
No need to overhaul everything.
It's just a small adjustment.
We are conditioned to think that a significant change leads to big results.
That is not always the case.
Figure out the 2mm change that needs to be done, and you will be surprised at the results.
Don't over exhaust yourself changing your whole life.
You are often so close to success, just 2 mm away!