On Self Definition
Inside us there is something that has no name, that something is what we are.
- José Saramago (1922-2010)
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On Self Definition
Inspired by José Saramago's (1922-2010) quote, "Inside us, there is something that has no name, that something is what we are". The titled responsion is...
Inside us there's something that has no name, this something is what we call a "nervous system" and the other thing that has a name is what is known as the brain. There's a connection between the two, and a lot of what we do is done through our brains. We all think in our minds. It's true, this is a fact, but we're not doing anything with it. So we have to figure out how to make this part of ourselves do something. We could be doing it subconsciously, but we can't control what comes up in our heads, we have to learn to deal with it. That's what you need to do if you want to improve your golf game.
The best way to improve your golf game is to figure out what your nervous system is and how to use it. You've got to find what kind of problem it is in you that keeps you from doing well at golf. It's like trying to diagnose a problem. First of all, you have to figure out the problem to figure out what you can do to fix it. For some people their problem might be mental, for others, it might be physical. Once you figure out what the problem is, then you can go about fixing it.
If you're looking for ways to improve your golf game, you need to figure out what it is in your mind that makes you not be able to play well. Then you can figure out how to change your brain to help you achieve the results you want. Your brain is always changing and your mind is always thinking. This is because your body also is. So once you figure out what it is that's holding you back, you can change it so that it works better for you. You can then use that to improve your golf game.
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