Swing Like You Don't Care is for any golfer who would like to have better concentration on the course and play in the present moment. If you get frustrated while playing, the wisdom in each of these 54 chapters will give you the skills to succeed in golf--scoring your best and enjoying your time playing this great game. Mindfulness is a form of mind fitness and can help you to be in the present while golfing. That much is obvious. What may be less obvious is how the game of golf itself can help you to develop your spiritual qualities of patience, virtue, and wisdom. Swing Like You Don't Care is irreverant and thoughtful and can be the digital companion to your golf game.
This book offers the reader a first glimpse of the attitudes of the U.S. swing voter - those voters campaigns most need to pursue and who are uncommitted and believed likely to vote. It focuses on these voters from a phenomenological standpoint, identifying that which is common among them, their unexamined attitudes about politics, their approach to decision-making and their role in society. It is argued that the empirical approach to voting is indicative of a general shift in U.S. culture toward social disengagement. Topics that are covering include independent voters, the public sphere, presidential elections, voting, ethnography, phenomenology, as well as consciousness structures, introducing the work of Jean Gebser as it applies to the attitudes made evident by the subjects involved in this study.