About Rick Williams

Welcome to mindbodygolf.  What can you expect here?  A little of everything involving food, music, golf, and soccer. Sometimes musings on life in general.  You can also see what I’m doing with food over at The Inefficient Kitchen.



Over 200 posts, 12,000 views and 97 unique country visits. I’m always amazed someone in Brazil or Vietnam is interested in my writing!.  Needless to say, I’m humbled.

I’m an amateur cook….and think it’s really cool our two girls are taking an interest in how food comes together to make a meal, and where the food comes from.  The golf part is something that is uniquely me, a passion I’ve cultivated since I was 10.  A peaceful, meditative activity that continues to fascinate me.  Food, music, and writing keep me busy.

Muirfield Bunker

I love music and feel that along with food, both are constants in my life that always brings joy and curiosity.  Keeping my brain engaged and active is a wonder that never ceases to amaze me.  Staying grounded, grateful and self-aware is not only helpful but necessary to my life.

Not to mention the year-round soccer activities! I took the plunge in 2016 earned my Grade 8 United States Soccer Federation Referee certification. 75 matches and counting. I’ve enjoyed re-learning a skill that keeps me active and engaged in a sport I love.

I was a PGA Professional in the Philadelphia Section PGA (United States) for 20 years, too.

Tell me your stories, your kitchen adventures, your success on the course.  Most of all, stay curious.

This blog is also over at The Inefficient Kitchen. 

I enjoy hearing what other people are all about. Comments on my thoughts are very welcome, too


What about my professional life?

Remote workers unite 🙂

I help clients grow by understanding what they need, and why it matters.

I am a client success manager. I listen to the goals and dreams of clients and guide them towards success using all available tools to have them meet and exceed their goals and dreams. I give more to people than I expect back, providing value up front to create a positive experience. Empathy, gratefulness, and self-awareness are critical.


2 Comments Add yours

  1. Hi, Rick! Thanks for your nice words after my father passed away. I can’t find them (were they on G+?) It’s been two weeks and I’m finally not feeling nauseated ALL the time. I think I’m still in shock, though. But, what I really wanted to tell you is that I’ve listed your blog as one of my faves on the latest post on my website lesliejochase.com, and on Pinterest, which I am still trying to figure out. I hope all is well with you and yours!

    1. Leslie, that’s very kind of you. I have weird outlook on death, having gone through a few with people close to me. Humor I find gets me through, and focusing on the living around us gets me through. My father passed away when I was 8. I didn’t….but it still sucks, right? I find for me that maintaining a feeling of gratefulness and reminding myself that each day is present, not last week or next week, works for me.

      Doesn’t make any of it any easier and please don’t take my words as all-encompassing, ok? I wish you and your family a little touch more of peace and comfort each day.

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