“There’s a force in the universe that makes things happen. And all you have to do is get in touch with it, stop thinking, let things happen, and be the ball.”
The movie Caddyshack opens with Chevy Chase’s character sharing this little piece of advice to his young caddy. It turns out, following this advice will do more than improve your golf game, it will help you achieve everything you’ve ever dreamed of.
The application of this rule applies to any success you wish to attain. It can guide you towards living a comfortable retirement or any of the memorable mileposts you wish to visit on the way to retirement.
“Be the ball” is a simple rule. All it asks is that you forget all the noise around you and become one with your objective.
But it’s more than just focusing on that objective. In the case of Caddyshack (and golf in general), you become the ball, imaging what’s needed to nudge it and direct it into the hole.
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