As an athlete, most times I failed were times I had envisioned the failure forthcoming. I find it a very critical psychological skill for one to have and to master. Of more importance is the art of practicing to the point that one is able to always create positive outcomes even from negative situations.
Imagery can be detrimental to other psychological skills such as Concentration, Self-Confidence among others, if not well managed to avoid negative thoughts.
However, its potential benefits when channeled the right way expose one to a world of limitless possibilities.
- This reply was modified 6 years, 3 months ago by Stephen Githinji.