|What advice do you have for those just starting out?
Keep a positive mindset. there are definitely gonna be challenges but never allow them weigh you down. keep it in mind that everything is gonna be fine at the end
keep up the good work & i promisse you that you will succed
Find something you can do every day from 6am-9pm with out holiday and it wont be hard to be good at it.
To start out right, do not pick up bad habits at the outset, read my book "The Art of Darts" and make sure you always keep it with you, a book to be owned, never loaned.
Smile. Be happy. Work hard. Always be polite to others even if you dont get on with them. Keep calm when things go wrong. Hard work ALWAYS pays off in the end!
The best advice I have to give people starting out is to play because you love the game. The game is fun & if you don't have fun then there is no reason to play, especially if you feel pressured into it. It doesn't matter how good you are, it's all about competing, becoming a better person, and never giving up. HAVE FUN!!!
In Shooting...get good Instruction and keep getting instruction. Then spent a lot of time on the range. Go to Competitions and keep going to Competitions. You will learn much from fellow competitors.
don't quit quickly, life is all about winning and loosing. And if you really want to achieve your goal you have to work hard.
Have fun, never EVER give up and if someone tells you that your idea/aim or goal is a crazy idea think of me. I've made animal golf club covers for 34 years and my business is in 75 countries. If I can do it with such a crazy idea than you can do whatever your dream of. Go for it and have fun along the way!
Believe in yourself. That's the key to the impossible.
Don't give up, it's a skill to learn. The younger you start the better, but it's never to late try your best, never put your stick down and practise to your fullest potential every time, all the time. You will never be better then you practise. Train hard
In the UK, you should really listen to the marshalls and learn from what they have experienced. Read paintballing blogs and pick up tips.
Woody Allen said that 90% of success is showing up. Keep showing up and doing your best.
Have faith, have drive, don't be afraid to make mistakes (that's the best way to learn) - believe in yourself and aim high! Go for it!
The beginning is always tedious. You're going to go nowhere extremely fast and you'll feel that all your hard work is going to nothing. Karate takes a lifetime plus infinity to master; you're always learning; there is no end. I have been doing karate for 9 years. I've had my black belt for 6. I've worked extremely hard, made many personal and physical sacrifices. I am still working on perfecting the things I learned on my first day of karate.
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