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Nerves,confidence and attitude in darts
OK this is a little bit of a follow up to my 'focus and concentration' article I have posted here.

I don't think it is as good, but I use and believe in every point I make and hope it can help you as much as it has helped my own game.

Twelve Attitude Adjustments That Will Teach You To Play With Confidence And Develop A Champion Darts Attitude.

Please let me know what you think, and if there is anything I missed or that I could do to make it better to help people.

As always I steal shamelessly from George...
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For me, many of these things come naturally. I am a super competitive person, and I am my own biggest critic. Yet, I can tell myself "that was a crap turn" or "that was a terrible game" without it changing my confidence. If anything, it motivates me to do better next time.

I was guilty of a stint where I forgot to have fun. That was the biggest mistake of my darting tenure. My play seriously suffered.

Also, your title is too long to quick reply to.
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(07-07-2015, 05:14 PM)Milkysunshine Wrote: For me, many of these things come naturally. I am a super competitive person, and I am my own biggest critic. Yet, I can tell myself "that was a crap turn" or "that was a terrible game" without it changing my confidence. If anything, it motivates me to do better next time.

I was guilty of a stint where I forgot to have fun. That was the biggest mistake of my darting tenure. My play seriously suffered.

Also, your title is too long to quick reply to.

OK changed the thread title. Hope that helps! :-)
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(07-07-2015, 03:39 PM)davidsproull Wrote: OK this is a little bit of a follow up to my 'focus and concentration' article I have posted here.

I don't think it is as good, but I use and believe in every point I make and hope it can help you as much as it has helped my own game.

Twelve Attitude Adjustments That Will Teach You To Play With Confidence And Develop A Champion Darts Attitude.

Please let me know what you think, and if there is anything I missed or that I could do to make it better to help people.

As always I steal shamelessly from George...

nice article, thanks.
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found this one interesting
"Five: Don't fight bad thoughts."

Will try to keep it in mind
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Great article! lots of points to help me as i seem to be very negative Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images. Need to enjoy the game more
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A really interesting read and I found the bullet points at the start really hit the target for me.

Quote:Some might say a 180 is three darts in the triple 20 bed, but really a 180 is about 1,500 26's


I agree but for me 180 was also about dozens of T20-T20-agh visits.  It was only when I threw the third dart with the same composure as the first two that it went in, and that was after a few well thrown third darts on the wrong side of the wire!
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Very , very good article David - keep them coming mate.
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nice article
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Old thread, but really interesting read!
Darts: Unicorn Wez Newton Purist DNA 22g
Board: Unicorn Eclipse Pro
Highest out: 120 (T20, 20, D20)
180s: 3 (but Flight School will sort that)
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A lot of new players should print this out and read it once a day.
Match Darts: Target Carrera C3 25g
Shafts: L-style carbon locked
Flights: L-style champagne shape C3 dimple

High in: 160 Matchplay / High out: 170 Matchplay
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(04-02-2016, 11:24 PM)TNSIN Wrote: A lot of new players should print this out and read it once a day.

Very happy you got something out of it!!  :-)
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