We can become our own worst enemies when opportunity, risk and the unknown become the perfect storm. Batten the hatches. Don’t sink yourself.
“Except in a very few matches, usually with world-class performers, there is a point in every match (and in some cases it’s right at the beginning) when the loser decides he’s going to lose. And after that, everything he does will be aimed at providing an explanation of why he will have lost. He may throw himself at the ball (so he will be able to say he’s done his best against a superior opponent). He may dispute calls (so he will be able to say he’s been robbed). He may swear at himself and throw his racket (so he can say it was apparent all along he wasn’t in top form). His energies go not into winning but into producing an explanation, an excuse, a justification for losing.”
― C. Terry Warner
At times we can be our own worst enemy.
Choosing to succumb to a brand of “pretzel…
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