to be honest i use to have your problem collin a few years ago, but life makes you get over it-
"titles will come when we stop obsessing with them" - jose mourinho -
if you take anything too damn seriously your bound to put unnecesary pressure on yourself, taking all the fun away from it, and many times causing you to get negative results which leads to MORE frustration - its a vicious circle and and can get you really down -
i was dead serious about my football, exactly like most here, training everyday on my own, dreaming about all day, training hard and then seeing others not train as hard as me and get all the success in the field, which was annoying and fu**in frustrating -
what happened next? my parents started pressuring me to grow up, they made me focus on grades, i started noticing i wanted more girls and friends in my life, etc, etc, meaning, i focused on improving on other areas of my life as well, and not only obssessing over football, soon i started seeing fotoball again as fun and a passion as i've seen it most of my life, and i do train everyday on my own, but 1 hour, and then 2 with my team, but thats it cause i have to do other things- i got a free hour at 12 pm, and thats what i use to train, at 1 i have a class, and after that its team practice,- i have other priorities and goals in my life as well, and football is fun and recreation for me as well as something i want to pursuit as a career - without obsessing about it -and i improve like crazy, training makes the impossible possible, you just need to remember intensity, repetition, and going the extra mile - and your body will do the rest -
and yeah, when i'm in a match, and i beat 3 in one run and shoot and score, i realize my juggling drills, my nike dribbling drils, all done at the highest intensity obviously pay off - you don't get good by chance
good post colluin
to know Him is to want to know Him more"
"i don't know where the limit is, but I know where it is not"
Tocar y moverse y tratarla siempre muy muy bien..'