Do you avoid the obvious?

After recently seeing Dave Peltz on Charlie Rose, I decided to pick up a copy of his book titled Dave Pelz’s Short Game Bible. While the book is primarily aimed toward turning golf players who take their game seriously into even better golf players, I feel that some of Dave’s underlying principles could be applied to improving the skill level of any human endeavour. Here is a little taste of Dave’s philosophy: Accurately assess your own weaknesses, and then go about improving them systematically.

It seems so obvious, right? But why do we often avoid the obvious?

Parting suggestion: Don’t avoid the obvious.