Problem Solving

Competition is an activity in which you want to cause more problems to your opponent than he is causing to you.

There are ways to influence the outcome: one is to focus on your opponent’s weaknesses, another one is to utilize your strengths.

If you get stuck thinking of your mistakes you cease to be a problem solver.

You lose sight of what you need to do to influence the outcome of a point.

Become a problem solver by planning how you can affect your opponent, how you can make him worry about what to do next.

With some, it is giving them variety, others can’t handle running, others power, others spins; many dislike being constantly attacked and hitting on the run.

Even the great can be rattled by an opponent displaying a firm plan of his own.

Focus on the future and your planning. The past is already gone.

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