In the beginning of any game, event, project, or program there is a sense of newness and freshness. New hopes and opportunities lie before our eyes, giving us new dreams. This hope in particular is capable of lifting our spirits and making us feel like we can achieve the achievable. If one can keep that state of enthusiasm throughout the journey, there is nothing like it. But most of us at some point in our lives find ourselves saying that it was a bit different in the beginning but everything eventually changed for bad or worse. Have you ever given this idea a second thought? It is possible that the events didn’t change, but there was a drop in your level of enthusiasm and energy. It is very easy to lack perspective in the game of life. Sometimes, we need to broaden our horizons and try to look beyond the obvious to keep finding new beginning perpetually.
Just like life In sports, one simply cannot predict the unpredictable. This is because the turn of events in any given match happens in the blink of your eye. Just like life, sports is spontaneous.
In the beginning, the game may be in your favor because you have the energy to put enough efforts in the match. But later on as your energy level drops you may find yourself on the verge of losing the game. Just having a good beginning isn’t enough, it is a good finishing strategy that it takes to win any team sport.
So, how does one avoid the overwhelming surge of emotions in the beginning of the game and try to rather have a balanced and calm approach to the game for the entire duration?
Several working and retired coaches have formulated several gaming strategies over a period of time. Most of them suggested having a distinct combination of knowledge, skill, and talent to overcome any defeating situation.