To feel confident, you don’t want to rely solely on feeling good about immediate results, such as getting the first hit of the day or making the first basket of the game. Some kids, without thinking about it, wait until the first few minutes of a game before they decide how confident they feel. We call this “reactive confidence.”
One way to help you be more proactive with you confidence is by developing a long list of reasons you deserve to feel confident in your sport. We call this a confidence resume. Your confidence resume should identify your past successes, accomplishments, and the strong points of your game. When your resume is finished, you’ll use it to help you be proactive and take control of your confidence instead of reactive.
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