#113-Confident Pickleball Is Knowing Pickleball
Confidence is “a feeling of self-assurance arising from one’s appreciation of one’s own abilities or qualities.”
You know what destroys our confidence?
More specifically, doubt in our ability.
Doubt can originate from one of two places: either you lack the ability and know it or you do not know what abilities you are supposed to have and so doubt in the dark, so to speak. This latter one is doubt that arises from the doubt itself.
So, what can we do about it? Can we take steps to improve our confidence out on the pickleball court?
The good news is “yes.” You can gain more self-assurance on the court and, in so doing, quiet the doubts in your mind. This quiet will, in turn, allow you to play even better and better pickleball. Before you can work on the thing you want to do better, you have to know what it is and how to do it properly.
If you do not know where to start, click here. It will start you down a path of clear and actionable knowledge.
Start applying it to your game and your confidence will climb. Even when you miss a shot you will be able to say “I know what to happened there.”
That is self-assurance.
Then keep an eye out for the next System class. When a System class opens for registration, get in there.
There are no obstacles to joining the class, other than a willingness by you to put in the work to learn the lessons in there. Better yet – join the waitlist for our next class here and make sure you get your seat.
Remember that confidence comes from an appreciation of your abilities. Improve your abilities through “knowing doing” and become the best player you can be.
Would faster reactions help you to play better pickleball? Then use the same training we do. Vizual Edge
If you like the podcast, please give it a rating. And share it with your friends. If you like it, they probably will too.
Like what you see?
Subscribe to the free newsletter today for more exclusive pickleball tips.