Lack of Trust in Skills Undermines Confidence

Confidence Buster #7

Do you have trouble taking your practice skills to competition? The main mental game sabotage is lack of trust in your skills.

Athletes fail to trust their skills for many reasons…

You might be afraid to fail, fear embarrassment, try too hard, or want that perfect performance and avoid mistakes, and thus play tentatively.

If you are playing safe, tentatively, tight, or controlled, most likely you don’t trust your skills.

But this lack of trust in your skills also hurts confidence because you know you are not getting it done in competition. You know you are not playing to your potential.

To boost confidence, you also have to solve the lack of trust issues you have. This week, I discuss lack of trust and what you can do to improve your trust and take your practice game to competition.

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