Do you play basketball as well as you practice? How can you translate your practice skills to the games? How can you get yourself to be as relaxed, aggressive and good in games? Is there a secret to all of this? Yes. And this Dre Baldwin video shares it.
3 things you must endure in order to get better:
- It’s not going to work every time
- It’s going to be uncomfortable. You’re going to try something at a level where you’re going to have to think about it.
- You’re going to get embarrassed. You’re going to get laughed at. You’re going to look bad.
According to Dre:
If you’re ok with all three of those things and you’re able to endure them, by the time you get through all three not only will you perform in games the same way you perform in practice with the same level of confidence and comfort, you’ll be able to do things seamlessly without thinking about them and you won’t have much competition. Most people don’t want to go through those uncomfortable stages. Discomfort causes more people to quit than fail. Discomfort makes people grow.