How to psych out opponents
What is the best way to use your mind to beat your opponents? Should you imagine them making mistakes, losing?
To answer this question, recall our earlier discussion of the kind of images you should store in the memory banks of your biocomputer. Remember, whatever you deposit into your memory banks is going to affect you. When it is time to make a decision, you will draw on the information and images that you have stored there. In competition, this happens very quickly. So do you want images of winning – or of mistakes?
Basketball coach Hector Chacon puts it this way: “I don’t want to beat a bad team. I want to beat a good team That’s why I hope that my opponents will play very well… and that we play a little bit better.”
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You have heard the golden rule: Do unto others what you would have them do unto you. Apply this teaching to the way you think about your opponents.
Never think about an opponent playing poorly. When you do, the negative images you conjure up -of mistakes, of failures – can backfire on you and make you lose.
Remember, you tend to move in the direction of your dominant thoughts. It is only to your benefit to wish that your opponents play the best game possible.
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