Been keeping up a very steady grinding pace since February after relocating to England from early January. Spending the first month getting settled and similar. Had some small laptop sessions mainly vs Gus if I remember correctly then, but hard to grind from a hotel. My real volume happened after getting back to a workdesk.
This leads me to the book I recently read trough the same day I got it. Jared Tendlers excellent The Mental Game of Poker. I wish I read it 8 years ago for the first time, because he hit home with me on this one. I def recommend it and have to say the obvs, if I had read it 8 years ago it would def not be the last time I opened it. I think I enjoyed the motivation chapter the most, but have to reread it and let it sink more before I decide.
Going back to my grinding from the first paragraph, as you can see from the graphs I posted in earlier blogs I had some nasty and v sudden 7 figure drop on my results mid March. By experience I know that I deal with downswings best by grinding trough them but I really found alot stuff to think about from the book esp on the chapter I already mentioned.
Im a believer that writters that just get you to think about the right stuff, is worth the money on that ground alone, even if their writing stinks. The beauty of The Mental Game of poker is its doing booth. Putting the right thought process/ ideas to think about into your mind, while it have excellent content to expand on that.
I might seem very positive here but for 50$ its an easy investment for any serious poker player.