Challenge yourself to succeed
There will always be more ways to screw up than get a few extra coins.
Everyone is a winner, but sometimes we all get stuck playing the same stupid moves that are meant to screw us over. The best way to show you care is by helping someone else make up for their mistakes. The sooner you realise you’re getting outflanked, the sooner you can help someone else with the same mistake. Just do your best to find out why they’re doing it, and make the mistakes that they want to avoid.
Remember, the game is for fun, so do your best to stay out of trouble and have fun. Your goal isn’t just to win money, but also to improve and build your play. Don’t just play for fun, you’ll also get that one extra coin, but only by having faith in yourself and your friends. Even if you lose, you’ve got a chance for your life. (For many people, this is still a dream, but it’s here nonetheless.)
The question of whether to die in battle or to live your last moments is an old one.
Challenge yourself to improve yourself.
Try to have a goal for each day. One goal per day, at least.
If you can get all those steps, eventually you’ll achieve it, because that is your goal.
Challenge yourself constantly. It will help you get a sense of what is happening on a daily basis and will improve your approach to training, and ultimately, life.
If you want to really improve, you should strive to be mentally strong. This includes being a bit obsessive about training and working hard at something, and always keeping a tight focus on both the present moment and the possibilities for improvement that lie ahead.
A lot of times fighters start off out there doing these things, and it’s difficult, you come close to breaking out of that mindset at first, you get out there and you’re doing these things. It’s hard to go back and do it over and over, but once you do it you just naturally know what it feels like, you get used to it. And that’s how you get a better skill set from it. You begin to have it in your head, you get used to it, and then you can go back and do it over and over again, until you just start to become comfortable doing it so much, and it makes it easier to do this on so many levels.
When you have a strong mind, you can’t really be bothered by anything. The more weak-minded you are, the more you’ll have trouble with this.
If you’ve been born with a weak mind, try and think and write about your weak mind. Write about the things you dislike. Write about what you’re not doing well. Write about the things that bother you. Write about the ways in which you’re not happy. Write about the things that bother you. Write about the things that hurt you (or are painful or painful to you). Write about the things that make you sad or angry. Write about the things that make you sad or angry. Write about the things that make you angry or nervous or afraid. Write about the times you’ve been angry or nervous, or about your thoughts of anger or any other emotion. The more you’re able to do this, the more confidence you’ll have, as your mind will be able to see things in a different way.
Keep doing this until you’ve got to a point where you can no longer do it any more.
Once you’ve reached this point, take a break.
You’re ready to conquer the world.