You can train your whole life for that one big moment.
That one big shot.
That one chance.
That one hit.
But the truth is that you're probably going to miss it.
No matter how well prepared you are.
Because really standing in that crowded stadium where everybody is watching and hitting that home run is something else entirely.
You're going to be nervous.
A total train wreck.
And a lot of unexpected things are going to happen.
And the only way to get better at it, at managing your fear, is to take more shots.
Because the more shots you take, the better you'd get at managing your fear.
And the higher the probability that you'll be lucky one day and maybe hit that home run.
On the other hand, the less shots you take, the higher the probability that you'll never be lucky and never hit that home run...