Today Steve redefines the purpose of the show, takes a question from Al about his favorite subject, and manages to say "schooner" repeatedly.
It only happens here.
Steve has 6 whole pages of show prep today, and it shows!
He announces a class in Florida July 12 and 13, talks about visualizing stages with minimal walk through time, and is unable to resist performing an impromtu theme song.
All of this happens before the topic!
Today, Steve talks about how his 4th book is already done, and how it was inspired by a private session with a competition bagpiper.
It would be hard to believe if it wasn't true. Seriously, you can't make this stuff up.
Steve shoots his first match in 5 or so months and confronts the voices in his head.
Then he makes a decision and decides to accept the consequences.
Steve gets lost in a fast car with TWO Gps units and winds up late to the wrong place.
Could this possibly be tied to shooting?
Today finds Steve wondering what's more important than making the shot?
Also, do junior police officers need snaps and velcro to go camping?
Steve plays the blues, then plays the blues again, then implores the listener to reject it and make a change.
Steve uses an entire piece of paper for show prep and gives up 10 reasons why you should dry fire every single day. Only one of them is Van Halen-related...
Steve returns from his moving vacation to announce that AndersonShooting.com is now open in Georgia, just south of Atlanta. He can't help but share some disturbing details about the move on his way to an eventual topic.
It only happens here.
Steve gets started by interviewing Ryan McNamara, who recently became by behaving... Then, he does a brief case study on a briefcase to highlight the importance of correct, complete visualization.
Today, Steve sneaks in a quick show about managing expectations that can be caused by practice... the answer may or may not surprise you.
Steve finally gets a relatively dog-free moment to tell you some simple things you can do to shoot better, NOW!
He then tries desperately to avoid the one you already know, and almost succeeds.
Steve reads a phenomenal email from a client, advises against snowblower self-injury, and reaffirms the value of the reluctant rehearsal.
Part 2 contains no immortals and only one viking.
It does contain Van Halen trivia and honesty.
Would you rather worship the immortals, or learn instead that they are human?
The choice is yours... part 1 of 2.