3 Steps to Improvement
Jim McLean is one of my mentors and has had the greatest influence on my teaching career. I've had the privilege of working with him for 8 years in Miami, Florida. He breaks the learning process into 3 simple steps, which I have naturally adopted into my teaching process!
What are you doing now?
- Refers what what you are doing "right now"! Not what you thought you were doing or what your buddy said you were doing last week. ( This is why I always record the students swing prior to making any changes. The camera doesn't lie!)
What should you be doing instead?
- Reflects the discovery and analysis of your weaknesses/flaws versus the correct motions/ideas. (Now that you know what you need to do, can you do it?)
How do you make the change?
- This is where I (the Instructor) come in and show you what to do through various drills and skill developing exercises. ( I will also create an customized improvement plan that reflects your goals and personal schedule.)