River Edge, NJ (PRWEB) May 20, 2008
The executive trying to close a big deal and the professional golfer attempting to sink a putt to win a tournament have a lot in common. They both need to know how get into the zone quickly and efficiently so they can perform their best.
Executives at some large corporations have attended a seminar which shows them how to sell more effectively and how to compete more effectively on the links.
Jay P. Granat, Ph.D., the founder of http://www.StayInTheZone.com, and the seminar's originator has lectured at some of America's largest corporations including Paine Webber, MFS, Schering Plough, Hyatt and Union Carbide and has been named of one of America's Top Ten Mental Gurus by Golf Digest.
"Knowing how to stay calm, confident, focused and optimistic when the pressure is on is an important skill for a PGA player and for a top sales person. This entertaining seminar teaches people how to get themselves in the zone prior to teeing off and prior to entering an important sales call or negotiation," says Dr. Jay Granat.
"Succeeding at golf is a lot like succeeding in sales. You need to know how to manage adversity and how bounce back from setbacks or from tough positions. Sales people and executives who have been athletes grasp the mental skills presented in the seminar very quickly and easily. They leave the seminar with an understanding about how to get into the zone quickly and efficiently. Knowing how to do this will help them on the golf course and in their business life," according to Granat.
Granat has coached PGA players, as well as professional athletes and world class athletes from vitually every sport you can think of. His clients have included CEOs, Olympic athletes, baseball players, martial artists, figure skaters, professional bowlers, boxers, wrestlers, tennis players and even rodeo cowboys and cowgirls.
He has appeared in The New York Times, Executive Golfer, ESPN Magazine, The Associated Press, Iowa Golfer and Executive Golfer. He has been interviewed by Good Morning America, The BBC, The Canadian Broadcasting Company and ESPN radio.
His self help program, How To Get Into The Zone And Stay In The Zone With Sport Psychology And Self-Hypnosis is used by athletes around the world. http://www.stayinthezone.com/get_stay.htm
His golf program is used by golfers of varying abilities. It is helpful for players with single digit handicaps as well as for players with higher handicaps. http://www.stayinthezone.com/golf.htm
"To my knowledge, this is the only seminar where you can learn how to lower your score and increase your sales," states Granat. Participants can also get Dr. Granat's books and CD programs.
If you would like your staff to experience this unique seminar so that they can play better golf and make more sales, call Dr. Granat at 888-580-ZONE or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org
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