Look, I’ve never been one of those corporate stiffs who does all my deals on a golf course. To be honest, I barely know the difference between a pitching wedge and a putter.
But when my $2 million launch was hitting a rough patch, I knew I needed to shake things up in order to break through the barriers. So I decided to take my entire team to a golf tournament.
Here’s the lesson I learned from this informative and hilarious adventure: no matter how hard you work, or how carefully you plan, you can never be totally prepared for everything. And when you run head-first into unforeseen hardship, the most important thing you can do is take a deep breath and a step back.