it’s a normal feeling, best abandoned as soon as possible. This could easily have happened when you were the same age: parents pay for extra training, access to more things, happenstance of location or family connections, But a benefit to age of which there’s many: You can see it from a higher order: You’re less linear and can see a bigger picture. So with that, you may be able to find areas of pinpoint focus that you need to go right to it. More in less time. But: gaining the kind of obsessive drive that’s easier when young may be harder because you’re less naive now. The bigger picture comes with a price. All that said: best abandoned. You don’t know if you can or can’t. You DO know that you’re no longer that “young man status” that gets opportunities thrown at them by older people happy to see a young potential success. Up to the age of 25 or so, you’re “young man” / “young lady” and older adults are often keen to help. But past 27, nobody cares and that’s how it goes. You can maximize what you can maximize. You can take pain killers if the pain’s an issue; the flexibility and speed is possible in restrictive movements such as instrumentation – might be less so in full-body speed things – You have extra powers and can use them but abandon the racing idea. You have you to maximize, and they have them. Give yourself the space to grow. Let them do their own thing.

it’s a normal feeling, best abandoned as soon as possible.
This could easily have happened when you were the same age: parents pay for extra training, access to more things, happenstance of location or family connections,
But a benefit to age of which there’s many: You can see it from a higher order: You’re less linear and can see a bigger picture. So with that, you may be able to find areas of pinpoint focus that you need to go right to it. More in less time.
But: gaining the kind of obsessive drive that’s easier when young may be harder because you’re less naive now. The bigger picture comes with a price.
All that said: best abandoned. You don’t know if you can or can’t. You DO know that you’re no longer that “young man status” that gets opportunities thrown at them by older people happy to see a young potential success.
Up to the age of 25 or so, you’re “young man” / “young lady” and older adults are often keen to help. But past 27, nobody cares and that’s how it goes.
You can maximize what you can maximize. You can take pain killers if the pain’s an issue; the flexibility and speed is possible in restrictive movements such as instrumentation – might be less so in full-body speed things -
You have extra powers and can use them but abandon the racing idea. You have you to maximize, and they have them. Give yourself the space to grow. Let them do their own thing.

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