New programs from MiND members:
Golf psychology books are fun to read but change very little in practice out on the course. Many clinical psychologists present hypnotic suggestion CD’s in order to help you relax and focus. Again, very little changes in practice for it is your conscious MiND which determines your behavior and performance out on the golf course in competition. Why has no-one ever SHOWN you how to apply their psychological theories in a practical way out on the course? Welcome to Target Oriented Golf, I hope it helps you enjoy your golfing life.
Meet Scott Cointot, a former deckhand, who has successfully navigated his maritime career and is now a Captain with the Tallship Gazela. Cointot describes his 20+year love affair with the sea, his duties as Captain and the surprising group of sea-loving individuals who come from all walks of life to serve as his volunteer crew.
Comedian Sue Kelly interviews local Philadelphia comedians getting their insight as to what is takes to be a comedian, and the comics share their personal experiences. Part of the comic’s routine is also featured. This episode highlights the comedy of local Philadelphia comedian Bill Chiang.
New programs from the MiND production team:
Leadership Philadelphia member Sozi Tulante is an example of a good connector. In his West Philadelphia community, Tulante organized a block party in his neighborhood, which never had a block party before. To fund this endeavor, Tulante had local businesses contribute to the cause. At one point, Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter and Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell attended! To be a good connector, Tulante explains that one should be optimistic, curious, and empower passion in their community.
Good work everyone!