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My Golf Course “Incident”… 

 May 11, 2015

By  Jim Daniels

“A fist fight? On the golf course? Really?…”

As most of my readers know, I love golf. I play 2-3 times a week in the spring, summer and fall, and I play once a week indoors on a golf simulator during the winter.

So today I figured I’d share a story from my league day on the course.

It was a slow day on the course last Tuesday.

Our group was waiting for the group ahead on nearly every shot.

The foursome behind us grew impatient and yelled at us to hurry up.

Then they starting hitting into us. As I was walking off the 14th green I looked up to see a ball flying right at me.

By instinct I caught it on one hop and threw it into the green-side pond.

That’s when the shouting match started, and I’m thinking here we go… there’s gonna be a fist fight on the golf course.

Luckily, cooler heads prevailed and we all avoided a rumble.

Man, what gets into people? Why is everyone in such a hurry all the time?

Look, there are some things you can ‘shortcut’ and others that just take time.

For instance, building a business online takes time.

But some of the steps you can shortcut.

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Remember, being in a rush all your life is crazy.

But taking shortcuts when you can is smart.

I wish more people knew the difference.

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About Jim


I gave up a life of jobs in 1996. Since then I've been earning a living online. I write books, create software, license info-products, affiliate marketing, build membership sites, design websites and more. I prefer this over my old lifestyle of getting up early, commuting to work, coming home to have a few hours for my family and living for the weekends. Now every day is a weekend. I work when I want and answer to no boss.

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