As I mastered the game, my world improved. I was stronger, more confident… even happier. Other people noticed and wanted to know how that happened. They wanted some of whatever it was I was on, and, as if by chance, I became a poker coach focusing on improving people’s lives. Here are my intentions and my pledge:
- To reduce the time it takes you to learn to play winning poker.
- To give you tools you can immediately use that may also improve the quality of your life.
How? By approaching learning through the whole you. Rather than look at the game as separate and distinct from the rest of you, see it as an extension of you. When you sit down at a poker table, as if by magic, a transformation occurs. The result is a clear, uncluttered view of you without all your daily distractions.
This is a fact. The more secure and at peace you are in your own skin, the more confident and at ease you are at the table. What’s more, the reverse is also true. As you gain expertise at the table, your life improves. In short, poker and life mirror each other.