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Earn Your Edge: Decoding Excellence in Golf & Life

Cameron McCormick and Corey Lundberg
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How do the most successful among us Earn their Edge? What separates the highest performers from the average ones? What are the behaviors, mindsets, and tactics deployed by the best in the world and how can you develop those traits? Cameron McCormick and Corey Lundberg of Altus Performance are joined by a host of high performers from a variety of domains to uncover how the most successful among us earn their edge. Each episode unpacks a variety of High Caliber Characteristics, Separating Skills, and Edge Earning Actions to help you pursue your goals.

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4.9 out of 5 stars from 507 ratings
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