This time however is just a little bit different, in that I have perhaps found that tiny burning ember of hope called progress. That little island of 'done right' in a sea of 'maybe next time'.
I'm other words I may have done more things bad than good, but now I know even more truly than I did before that with time my hard work and focus and time spent practicing will be, and in fact is being rewarded.
My first night of Thursday league I won nothing. The next well i managed to pull off a single leg. This week i won for legs in total and managed a 3-1 win against an A league player. For a guy who has just a few months of C league experience, most of it as a spare...well I'm pretty happy with pulling that off. The added confidence can only do good things for me. I really can't stress enough how important proper practice is and how much it helps not just simply with how you throw the darts, but also how the added confidence and sense of being prepared will help you master your emotions.
I am not in any way a natural talent at darts (natural addict is more like it) so I really cant imagine being not only doing as well as I find myself doing, and with such a distant horizon to walk into and discover and knowing that it is there for me to discover, that I think is there for me because I take the time get better, and with Flight School I have effective tools to get better.
I know I mention it a lot, but it deserves a mention. It isn’t a quick fix, but it is a good one! (The link is at the top of this page!)
Also speaking of natural talents, my sister came out to shoot a few darts and as you can see from today’s photo managed a pretty nice shot for herself! Way to go Sis!!
Just a couple of days to the next Tuesday game. I might also be working on a surprise or two!! See you all next time!!