According to the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA), the average age of the typical RVer is 48 years old, whose median income is $62,000, with nearly 40 percent of those RVers having children under 18 living at home. One thing these statistics support is that RVers are either in business or are still working. Regardless of the employment position, a new book explains how the game can boost business success and careers for golfers. Learning the secrets to better golf, too, will also enhance the over all enjoyment of the game when playing with colleagues.
John J. Glozek, Jr.’s new book, Business Golf: Your Key to Business Success Through Golf, can help golfers and non-golfers alike. The author feels that no matter what your skill level or where you rank in the business world, golf can still boost your career.
The 178-page book is filled with valuable information for golfers and business individuals, and can benefit high handicap or even scratch golfers. Also, Glozek says that time spent on the golf course is about having a good time and developing a relationship. “It’s not about your score, how well you play or even about how well your clients play. It’s about having an enjoyable day.”
Additionally, Glozek throws a few cautionary cues to readers. Just remember two golden rules: Don’t make the day feel like a sale’s call and don’t throw your golf club.
A Few Chapters on Golf and Business Success Include:
- Find Your Comfort Zone
- Etiquette vs. Skill vs. Rules
- Pre-round Preparation
- Score Doesn’t Matter
- The 19th Hole
Further, Glozek is passionate about the game. “Over time, I’ve learned more and more about the finer aspects of the sport, the history of the game and the impact it has on so many people and businesses around the world,” he said. “As I absorb the game, my passion for it grows. Golf is an important part of so many lives, let it be part of yours.”
“Business Golf: Your Key to Business Success Through Golf,” by John Glozek retails for $20 and is available on www.amazon.com