In work, play, and life in general, when you combine clear goals with commitment and the right attitude, you get results. Written with assorted appeal, a touch of humor, and relatable stories, this book offers the benefits of a self-help book synthesized with practical professional and personal guidance to help you excel in many areas of life.
Make your play your work and your work your play, with the metaphor of golf. Enjoy reading and sharing my friend Bob’s enlightened book. Learn all the lessons to make your life infinitely better off now. ~ Mark Victor Hanson, Co-Creator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul Series.
I was enthralled throughout and couldn’t wait to see what the next chapter contained. . .Excellent read! I hope there is another to come! ~ Lisa Stackpole
This light-hearted book is a testament to perseverance and belief in one’s self. ~Michael Williams, Retired, US Air Force Special Operations Command.
Robert A. Fiacco LUTCF, CLF --- is a speaker and business coach with over thirty years of experience building successful sales teams. Bob is also an internationally read blogger whose sense of humor and motivational/inspirational approach to life are infectious. He bring those attributes to his writing as well. Robert and Rose, his wife of thrity-five years, live in Greer, South Carolina with their Cocker Spaniel Bagger Vance. Robert believes that when your dreams are bigger than your fears, you can accomplish anything. To learn more, visit http://www.bobfiacco.com
Whatever we want in life we can achieve the key is that "When our dreams are bigger then our fears we can do anything." Fear holds more people back in life than any other single issue.
Showing Up to Play
Humans possess an innate desire to be part of “the elite,” no matter how the elite may be defined in your profession, in sports, through education, or even in society at large. Some of us strive for this level of success; others of us only fantasize about it. If approached properly, we can all get there, whether we want to be part of the one hundred thousand dollar income bracket or among those who shoot below one hundred in golf.