Learn how to worry properly in order to succeed. JOANNE, R. 2010
In the article learn how to worry properly in order to succeed, Joanne mentions that improper worrying results in brain blockage which makes it hard to get the needed information to further performances.
Following are his tips on how to succeed
· Close the gap between practice and competition - practice under stress.
· Focus on the outcome, not the mechanics.
· Don't dwell. Turn past failures into future successes. Joanne said: “Research suggests that dwelling on "past failures can send the mind and body into a helpless state and, as a result, you are not able to get as motivated for subsequent performances."”