Most people think of Arnold Palmer as the King of Golf. But for more than a quarter century, Brad Brewer has known and observed Palmer in the roles of employer, business partner, teacher, competitor, father, grandfather, philanthropist, global celebrity, and above all, friend and mentor. Now Brad passes on the wisdom that he and others have learned from Arnold Palmer.
Mentored by the King shares with you the true stories of other golfers who have competed with Arnold Palmer through the years, as well as Brad Brewer's personal accounts of traveling, working, and just hanging out with Palmer. Best of all, though, this book lets you learn from the winning attitude and approach of the legend of the links, Arnold Palmer, in golf, business, and life.
Discover.... some deceptively simple principles that can change your life; the magnetic attraction of excellence; the power of an optimistic outlook; why risking big is the ticket to living even bigger; the life force of victory: persistence; and plenty more.
Mentored by the King lets you step inside the mind and life of the King of Golf, Arnold Palmer, to glean insights that can boost your own trajectory toward a successful, satisfying life.
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Why is it, that everything this man does is great, fantastic and wonderful? Why do some people just turn everything they touch into gold is something I'll never really figure out but this book at least helps to understand that some of it is luck and timing, while most of it is what's inside the man. I loved the book as well as the man, for giving us something to be like.
- dennis "Always Learning though I'm not sure it changes much of your life to be honest."
Too many quotes
I bought this book to find out more about the King and truthfully I did not do a proper research before buying it. This is not so much about the King but about what Brad has learned from working in Palmer's businesses. It is a long list of
No, probably not.
The reader is good, nothing to criticize.