What piece of advice would you give yourself, if you could go back to the beginning of the season?

What piece of advice would you give yourself, if you could go back to the beginning of the season?

8 thoughts on “What piece of advice would you give yourself, if you could go back to the beginning of the season?”

  1. Don’t take it so seriously. It’s admirable to want to get better, but know when to walk away and calm the hell down. Which is much easier said than done.

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  2. Blocking and staying alive are more important than getting the kill right away. The point of a fight is to be alive at the end. There is no glory when the victor is the ground, or when you’re on the ground because you didn’t block well.

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  3. Have fun, work hard. The more fun you have, the more motivated you’ll be to work hard. The harder you work, the better you’ll feel about yourself. The better you feel about yourself, the more fun you’ll have.

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  4. There is no such thing as perfection, only learning and discussion. If you don’t understand something; ask. If you are afraid of something; talk about it with someone. Don’t ever be afraid to talk, ask or approach anyone within the group for advice or to ask for a duel. Everyone has something to learn or something to work on, take it one step at a time. Winning isn’t the same as understanding and knowledge.

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