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Old 11-06-2012, 12:19 PM   #23
pushing_wins
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Originally Posted by kiteboard View Post
That's an interesting statement. Become a psychopath, and your game will improve. Not. They may be disconnected from other's pain, but not their own pain, and not their own adrenaline. Many advocate emotional disconnection as a way of showing opponents your will cannot be broken. That you think you are going to win even if losing and playing badly. That can be learned.

All you have to do is decide not to show emotion and you won't. All you have to do is decide to unit turn quickly and you will. All you have to do is decide to uncoil quickly and you will. All you have to do to be in the zone is decide to be in the zone, and you might.
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