Be Forgiving and Forgetful!
I had a conversation with Jeff Wolfe the other day and he made a comment that I want to share with you all.
We were talking about being able to forget the bad shots, and he said “you have to be able to forget the good ones, too!”
Hanging on to the good shots and the bad shots is debilitating. It creates expectation by making you think that what happened on the last shot, station or tournament had anything to do with what you are about to do on the next shot, station, and tournament!
Be forgiving and forgetful!
Regardless of results, learn from it and move on. This is the first step in becoming a true competitor and actually pushing your potential.