As a ShotIQ Certified Guide, you will learn the skills necessary to override the stress of the client. You will learn the intricacies of transferring shot control to the client at the moment of truth. You will no longer be at the mercy of the client’s experience level. You will know how to have complete control of the client’s shot process. This is a very powerful skill set and one that will set the guide apart from the rest.
In the arena of elk hunting, are you using a calling strategy that forces you to separate from your client. Separation from the client is the first step of becoming a victim of the client’s skill level. What if there was a calling strategy that allowed the guide to be right in the back pocket of the client? Being at a distance that allows the guide to mentally control the client’s actions and shot process will yield a more successful client. There is science to missing just as there is science in shot control and the transfer of that control from one person to another. Choose the science of success. Raise your ShotIQ and set yourself apart from the rest.
Joel Is An Exceptional Teacher
As I was visiting exhibits at the 2009 RMEF convention, I heard the clearest, most realistic, cow calls echoing thru the halls; I told my friend… Read more “Joel Is An Exceptional Teacher”
It Wasn’t Until I Met Joel And Listened To His Advise That I Understood
I recently went through a tough spell dealing with target panic and had tried about every technique and device I could find to get me through… Read more “It Wasn’t Until I Met Joel And Listened To His Advise That I Understood”
Without Hesitation, I Let The Arrow Fly. Bull down. Biggest Bull Of My Life
A hunter friend told me to Google Ironmind for info on a call that works to bring in bulls (bull calling cows call). I watched Joel’s video and… Read more “Without Hesitation, I Let The Arrow Fly. Bull down. Biggest Bull Of My Life”
The illusions and falsities of good archery has eluded me for a decade plus of shooting traditional gear and 2.5 decades of total shooting bows and… Read more “Archery Enlightenment”