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01-18-2014, 11:32 AM
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Originally Posted by Onetimersniper28 View Post
I'm playing my last year, I'm sort of a veteran for my team, and I'm trying to take my game to the next level for next year in Junior.

This afternoon, I have a game, I'll try to do everything you said, and we'll see if all my hard work pays off.
If you try and change things, don't do EVERYTHING at once. Focus on ONE thing at a time. That will make the change more effective and likely to stick. Once you can incorporate one change, then move on to another. Certainly, if an opportunity presents itself, don't avoid doing something, but intentionally thinking of changing a number of things at once can make things worse and lead to a tail spin where you lose orientation about what has worked in the past.

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