Posted 25 March 2003 - 04:50 PM
Say you are practing a draw and notice 3-5 things wrong at the same time. Do you focus on fixing them one at a time or all at once? Do you take out the big problems first?
Posted 25 March 2003 - 05:03 PM
If you make 5 changes at once you are likely to create 5 new problems. Sometimes you can correct 2 things and fix 5 problems.
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Posted 25 March 2003 - 05:04 PM
Start at the most basic. Rebuild your foundation.
Break each action into steps (and then try to break the steps down). Boil everything down to the small component.
Then, slooowly, put the basic steps together.
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Posted 25 March 2003 - 07:14 PM
Set a written goal for each area you want to improve. If you don't already have a spiral note book of practice notes and goals, get one started. Then you can, as Flex said, "focus on one thing at a time". When you meet your goals one at a time, that's improvement. And visible improvement just makes you feel happy all over!
Another goal..... more improvement..... more happy..... another goal....more improvement.....more happy.....
Pretty soon, you're shooting better than ever and having a great time doing it! HAHAHAHAHA!
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