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Responding to “Crisis” in a Huge Way

Rory McIlroy self-imploded on the back side of Augusta with the lead at the Masters. He lost a 4-shot lead and at 21 years old could have easily gone in the tank. For a young man from Northern Ireland, this was a crisis in confidence.

Today, McIlroy came all the way back with a huge bounce and destroyed the field in the United States Open. He broke records and lapped the field.

Responding to crisis is what this young man did. After the Masters, he was humble and got back to working on his game, including calling past champions like Jack Nicklaus to get advice. His next opportunity was not wasted.

Responding to crisis often means simply bouncing back from adversity with grace and skill.

Just like Rory McIlroy…

© 2011 Dan Weedin. All Rights Reserved

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