Confidence is a deep topic, it’s on the opposite side of the spectrum from fear. If we’re experiencing fear, we’re not going to play our best. Confidence, the belief that we are capable of handling this situation, allows us to rise to the occasion. We believe we are capable of rising to the occasion.
In hockey, we feel pressure in different aspects of the game. It might be pre-game anxiety, pressure from our parents or maybe we just really want to make a specific team. If we can feel confident in these situations we improve our chances of achieving our goals.
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