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n Swish, author Joel Derfner takes his readers on a flamboyant adventure along the glitter-strewn road from fabulous to divine. Whether he’s confronting the demons of his past at a GLBT summer camp, using the Internet to “meet” men—many, many men—or plunging headfirst (and nearly naked) into the shady world of go-go dancing, he reveals himself with every gayer-than-thou flourish to be not just a stylish explorer but also a fearless one. So fearless, in fact, that when he sneaks into a conference for people who want to cure themselves of their homosexuality, he turns the experience into one of the most fascinating, deeply moving chapters of the book. Derfner, like King Arthur, Christopher Columbus, and Indiana Jones—but with a better haircut and a much deeper commitment to fad diets—is a hero destined for legend.
Having identified the trigger point and establishing how the client would like to feel resourceful, Terry now demonstrates how an NLP Swish Pattern is used.
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Discover how to replace an unwanted state with a resourceful one. Note how Terry spends a great deal of time finding the exact trigger point of the unresourceful state before using the swish pattern.
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In this video Terry refers to the "Hakalau" - an up-time trance, devoid of negative emotions, where it is possible to experience complete awareness. For more info visit: http://www.nlpworld.co.uk/glossary/h/hakalau
This Swish 2 video clip states that it’s the premise of this approach that anyone with reasonable physical talent and strength can learn to shoot the simple shots well (free throws and close in or medium-range jumpers). It’s not Rocket Science, but rather a few simple principles that will just work for everyone. The target is large and forgiving, especially if you shoot high. Swish teaches an uncomplicated, accurate and repeatable motion, the way of the great shooters! To learn more visit: www.swish22.com
This Swish 2 clip further defines how you can achieve a higher level of Mastery. Still working on the Release, it’s valuable to move back beyond the distance where just the Release can put the ball consistently into the center of the basket and, adding nothing, recreate the same trajectory and be short on purpose. Can you make it exactly like the previous shot? It’s the constant Release we’re after here, not making shots. To learn more visit: www.swish22.com
This Swish 2 clip suggests that the best coaching is “leading out,” not stuffing information in! Let the learning come from within. “Discover” what works instead of being “told.” Coaching can be a 2-way street, questions and answers ... learning coming from experience, not words! To learn more visit: www.swish22.com
Here are coaching suggestions for both students and coaches from Swish 2, ways to see what’s happening and guide the learning. Coaching oneself or others uses the same principles of awareness, learning from experience, minimizing judgment and praise, etc. The goal is enhanced awareness, which does the teaching. As a coach, if what you’re about to say doesn’t empower the player or enhance awareness, maybe it doesn’t need to be said. To learn more visit: www.swish22.com
Swish 2 and Practice: Practice these days doesn’t seem to make much difference. The instruction given and the practice habits of today don’t result in better shooting for most players. For example, just repetition isn’t enough – you might be ingraining imperfection. And many of today’s instructions can be seen to be counterproductive. You need to “know” what and how to practice. Swish offers that! To learn more visit: www.swish22.com
This clip from Swish 2 shows the first step in putting the new Swish stroke all together, starting in close where the Release alone can put the ball consistently into the basket. When you can do that any time you want, you’re on your way to shooting excellence because the release is the “Delivery system.” To learn more visit: www.swish22.com
This clip from Swish 2 asks that you remember humans are geniuses. For self-coaching or as a coach of others, awareness is the tool. Find ways to enhance awareness and learning is inevitable. Watch the boy in the torn white shirt learn to straighten his left arm and hold it in this short segment. He did the coaching ... by his own awareness! To learn more visit: www.swish22.com
This clip introduces Tom Nordland and his simple approach to shooting from his 1997 video called “Swish.” He talks about how extraordinary shooting is available in this method for most players. What is being taught is how to control “The Flight of the Ball,” the most important aspect of shooting. And this way of shooting can be learned in a short time, not the usual thousands of repetitions or XX number of days most people suggest. Awareness and self-coaching can lead to immediate growth and development. To learn more visit: www.swish22.com
This clip is Tom Nordland introducing himself at the start of Swish 2. He describes the Swish approach to shooting as simple, powerful and very coachable. He mentions how his mission is to inspire a “Renaissance” in shooting, a revival, a rebirth. He also says how a big part of his effort will be on training coaches, especially youth coaches. The “Good News” in the game of basketball is that there IS a simple method that works for everyone! To learn more visit: www.swish22.com
This clip from the “Swish 2” shooting video looks at what’s required of a shooting method if it is to lead to great shooting. Most approaches to shooting today aren’t working. To be helpful, a method needs to be simple and versatile, easy to understand and learn, and work for everyone. The Swish way of shooting provides all of that. To learn more visit: www.swish22.com