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10-07-2006, 08:58 AM #1
anyone have gone to this page, it's provide a lot of information of psychological badminton tips And techniques. is it worth?
10-07-2006, 09:36 AM #2
I have subsribed, already soem time ago...and I must say: it's hilarious...
Some months ago I got a link to a sound-clip for my own confidence, and make me smahs harder...
11min of "I am strong, I am mighty, I'm powerfull...just imagine yourself killing that shuttle at 200mph form the baseline....I am strong, I am powerfull" brilliant stuff...
Critcially, I haven't gotten a single good tip out of him..nothing relating to badminton...But then, mentally, everything is quite alright with me...I think....
10-07-2006, 10:03 AM #3
Robert G. Johns is trying to sell you a book of cheap pop-psychology, and pass it off as "badminton secrets". His mailing list is a means for him to flog his (doubtless vapid) book.
He's not a badminton coach, he's not a psychiatrist, he's not a psychologist, and his promotional, patronising writing makes him sound like a moron.
His sole (asserted) qualification is that he is a "life coach" (actually, he seems to have removed that now). Life coaches are self-proclaimed, self-taught "experts" at everything. I like to think of them as vampires, preying on the gullible, the pathetic, and the insecure.
In other words, he and his life-coach brethren are full of $hit. But then, I would have thought that was obvious from his hyped-up website.
10-11-2006, 03:05 AM #4
I read only two posts from the mailing list and I set my MS Outlook to automatically bin his mails to my bin now.
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