Maximize Your Ability to Learn from Feedback

In order to become better at an accelerated pace, you’ll want to learn to relish feedback. Though you are the navigator of your journey to higher skills, having a map and getting directions are very useful. Especially from people who been where you’re going; it increases the trust factor. Remember: you don’t know what you […]

One Older Pool Player to Another

This article is part of Volume 21 of PoolSynergy, a monthly collection of the best writing on pool. After you read it, be sure to check out the rest of the July 2011 edition of PoolSynergy over at PoolBum. This month’s PoolSynergy topic is about older players beginning the game or returning to it from […]

Attitude is Everything In Pool as in Life, a Positive Outlook is Enormously Helpful

This article is part of Volume 6 of PoolSynergy, a monthly collection of the best writing on pool. After you read it, be sure to check out the rest of the April edition of PoolSynergy for other great articles over at Diary of a Pool Shooter. The April theme is The Most Important Thing. Mike […]

Achieving Dead Focus instead of Dead Stroke How to Get "In the Zone" More Often

  Have you ever been playing pretty well, your usual speed or thereabouts, when you suddenly miss a shot that you make 99.9% of the time? Have you ever seen your favorite professional player miss the same shot? Have you ever seen the best player in your local room miss a shot and thought to […]

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