UJ alumnus & former golfer Keenan Paulsen publishes a self-development book
Date: Aug 28, 2015 | News
University of Johannesburg (UJ) alumnus and former Golf scholarship holder, Keenan Paulsen has just released his first book titled How to win before you begin.
“I have drawn from many sources and included unconventional scenarios to illustrate the concepts I present. My book encourages readers to take the journey of self-discovery while constructing the subconscious climate for success”, Keenan said.
Keenan is a man driven to succeed; he studied at UJ with a bursary from the Ernie Els foundation. He was a prolific Golfer who represented the University with pride. Keenan finally turned professional once he had completed his Bachelor’s degree in Sports Psychology.
He describes one of his most memorable moments at UJ, saying: “The opportunity to play golf for UJ led me to be selected to represent South Africa at the world student games in Thailand, an experience I will never forget.” Apart from Paulsen’s extraordinary talent on the greens. He’s a charismatic and vibrant individual who possesses an ability to speak and engage with audiences in a unique and effective manner which has led him to become a keynote speaker and author landing him speaking engagements with major brands in SA.
The book is an inspiring, motivational and self-development book, for individuals who seek to discover the techniques that make champions successful. Keenan wishes to will release many other books from now onwards and says: “I aim to complete at least one every year. I will also avail myself to write for various other publications and share my experiences, wisdom and perspective with as many people as I can.”
Keenan’s book launch will happen in the near future and readers are encouraged to keep an on his website: on www.mindfactory.co.za or to engage with him on the following: Facebook: Keenan Paulsen, Twitter: @keenan_paulsen and Instagram: Keenan_Paulsen for more details.
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