It’s the setup for execution. We tend to focus more on how we address the ball, or the follow through. In reality, our backswing is a critical ingredient to successful execution.

The way we prepare for big events is a leading indicator for the result we should expect. The ‘silence’ rule in golf includes the backswing. It requires concentration. It builds anticipation.

Our presentations, sales, marketing, deals, meetings and emails would translate more impact if our backswing received more attention.

Preparation for execution is a habit.

Pitching up and winging it is also a habit. It’s just not useful.

It shows in your execution.

Andrew Rice

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