Hi. I’m Kent Osborne.
I was a pioneer in the executive coaching field, and had a successful career with a global clientele.
When I turned 50, I began playing golf. Last year, my handicap got to scratch. This year, I won our club championship. Obviously, I play and practice a lot. But I achieved my golfing dreams primarily because I leveraged my expertise in coaching and learned to play with what I call a scratch attitude. Now, my goal is helping others do the same.
Here’s where things are at ...
I‘m currently writing a book I plan to complete in 2021. It offers fresh insights into what it means, and what it takes, for a club-level golfer to master the mental game.
Meantime, my ebook, Play Like Ray, is available via the link below. It’s a short story about getting beyond frustration and reclaiming your natural ability to have fun. It’s received excellent reviews, and I trust you’ll get practical benefit from reading it.
I’m on Twitter and Instagram at scratchattitude.
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
I’ve been a career mental coach. In the early 1990’s, I worked with the Detroit Red Wings of the NHL. Since 2003, I’ve taught advanced coaching methods at the Stockholm School of Economics in the Executive Development faculty.
I’m now mostly retired, and tee it up as often as possible.
To the best of my ability, I play golf with a scratch attitude and inspire others to do the same.