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Something i learned today from a psychology-biology stand point. Winners vs losers. There are people who just win all the time even if their stats aren’t the best, and there are highly talented people who dominate practice and then just fail all the time when things go live or are put under pressure. Well the scientific biological explanation is as follows. When the brain is hit with stress a “winner” has a brain that is wired to move forward...a loser has one that is wired to retreat. So to put this in a real life perspective, a loser basketball player might take the final shot...but their body doesn’t want too and there for are likely to miss, while the player who is the winner feels the stress and activated parts of the brain that analyze challenges positively... this leads them to go towards the target, a basketball player who’s wired up like this is more likely to make a last second shot. You can learn to be either, and winners become losers eventually and losers can put...

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