Talking to the Man Who Wrote the Book About Mental Visualization
The Boston Globe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Stan Grossfield, hangs out with Jim Fannin, author of S.C.O.R.E. for Life: the secrect formula for thinking like a champion, and creator of a mental visualization system that has been used to increase productivity and decrease
negativity by 22 major league All-Stars, including
four Cy Young Award winners — and an array of golfers, tennis stars,
Olympians, NBA players, coaches, and business leaders. What does Fannin tell him? A lot about Fannin, and a couple of things that might be useful, like the suggestion that too many thoughts can keep us out of "the zone." Fannin says the average person has 2,000-3,000 thoughts per day, but
true champions only have 1,100 to 1,300 thoughts. ”Fewer thoughts
produce more results," he says. The "zone coach" also says that the key programming our subconscious is what we think before we go to sleep and as we awake. Read more about Fannin in the Boston Globe.