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Champion Psychology from the Martial Arts - 05/18/2013

Chess players feel nervous before and/or during a game.  This has a serious influence on your results. In the previous lesson, I’ve published a message from a student who used the power of a proper psychological attitude:  LINK We know that in critical situations, some people demonstrate extraordinary performance, while others become feeble.  How can YOU adopt the right approach? Let’s see how  masters of martial arts  overcome fear and nervousness. They take a serious risk while participating in sporting competitions. Thus they need really powerful techniques. By the way, chess is a model of war, so we may make this comparison. I’ll place a quote/idea from the martial arts in bold font, and then will place a note on how you can adopt it in chess. ———————————————————> –> The real goal is not a champion cup in your hands, but the acquired value and qualities of yourself.  “We will look up towards wisdom and strength, not seeking other desires”. If you treat chess as a TOOL for training yourself, you’ll be focused on the QUALITY of your games. Good results will come naturally. –> Your opponent is an assistant who helps you overcome your weaknesses and reach your goals.  You would not be able to play without an opponent. A weak opponent can’t compete with you really. Only a strong opponent can help you to learn something new and to grow. Facing stronger opponents more often can s...

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