Been on a down cycle in badminton recently. Have not been moving properly, hitting the right shots, hitting the shots properly. Just nothing is really working… Night after night for weeks, it’s been frustrating.
Doing simple things, keeping calm, just keep working hard. Back to the basics. I’m squeezing points here and there, pulling through with close games. My good cycle will come back to me eventually.
I can’t feel the progress nor see the light at the end of this tunnel. Many people have told me to do this and I want to do this for myself. For a better me. I will just have to trust the process. They’re professionals. Find that inner faith.
Decided to write again today. For some reason, when I opened wordpress today, it automatically logged onto another account I have, where I archived my posts from previous platforms. For the fun of it, I read some of it. The good old days of xanga being a thing and friends commenting on it. Just can’t help but to laugh at myself for being young. So young.
Something observational that probably anyone could have told me, I’m absolutely obsessed with productivity, achievement, and success. It’s not a now thing; I have apparently been quoting and reflecting this topic dating back to at least 2006. I am who I am.
It’s been a while since I just search and read quotes on a regular basis. I should incorporate it to my morning motivation routine. Twitter will do the trick! Quote before I return to productivity again… “Ability is what you’re capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how well you do it.”-Lou Holtz.