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What Do You See: Obstacles or Beauty?

Ask someone to describe the 7th hole at Peeble Beach Golf Links and they'll probably mention the ocean waves crashing against the seawall on the left, right, and far sides of the hole. They'll also tell you about the bunkers that are short, long, and left. They also might mention the wind that frequently blows there. But, these are only part of the description that define the golf hole. Without them one of the most picturesque golf holes in the world would be just another hole at your local ... Read more...
Steve Graves, Friday, July 10, 2015

Eight Essentials to Exciting, Successful Team Events!

If golf is such a great way to build business relationships, why don't more business people  use it to develop their teams? Perhaps their last event was missing one or more of the eight essentials necessary for successful, exciting team events. Our customers tell us that golf is truly a great way to grow their team. We’ve hosted over a hundred company events and as a result, we've seen what works and what doesn’t. Here are eight essentials we've culled from our customer's ... Read more...
Steve Graves, Thursday, August 9, 2012

Let's Celebrate! It's Just S.M.A.R.T!

"Know what you want, go and get it, and when you've got it take time to celebrate." For over 20 years now I've shared this quote with those I meet and more recently on our website. Most say that the hard part is the "going and getting." I'm more inclined to suggest that the "knowing" part is the hardest because I keep changing my mind. Those ideas are well and good, but based on behaviors perhaps the part less executed is the celebration. I don't know about you, but this is really true for ... Read more...
Steve Graves, Thursday, November 17, 2011

Fight for your relationship, not to win the argument! At Home and Work!

And they lived happily ever after . . .” is how most fairy tales end. In reality, every relationship, no matter how happy, suffers its share of conflict and argument. If it’s going to endure, both partners need to know how to fight fair. Follow these rules for arguments that don’t end in tears—or worse: Address issues promptly. Don’t let resentments simmer. If something bothers you, bring it up within a reasonable amount of time (48 hours or so). Know what you want. Have a clear goal in ... Read more...
Steve Graves, Monday, October 24, 2011