The feeling of being successful is knowing where you want to go and being prepared to put in whatever work necessary, to get to where you want to be. You realise that you need to practice and practice and practice your skill. When you make a mistake or fall short of your goal, you don’t complain, you simply shrug it off and do it again until you get it right.
You know what your idea of perfection looks like. You can see it being done perfectly and you place yourself inside your picture carrying out the action. When you don’t get it right, you don’t feel bad, you simply don’t feel anything. You are determined to build an addiction to trying, to get hooked on a good feeling. Even if you only get it right one out of ten times, that good feeling when it arrives makes it worthwhile. By contrast, some of us just feel bad whenever what we decide should happen, does not work out that way.Read More