Managing your emotions and regulating your body is very important everyday life and can be a beneficial tool when you are in the woods hunting. It is crucial to minimize mistakes and have iron clad focus while you are in the woods.
Let’s face it, when you hunt long enough you are going to make a bad shot eventually. It happens. The internet is filled with “perfect hunters” that have never let their nerves get the best of them. They will let a 190” buck walk by, because it is quartering towards them at a 3° angle.
Perfection is something that most strive for and are consistently working towards. Most want the feeling that they are the best and are constantly pushing themselves to new limits. In regards to the outdoors whether you are an avid hunter, fisherman, or hiker you need to continuously be working on your skills both physically and mentally.
When we miss a shot or make a mistake, most of us get that sick feeling in our gut of disappointment. This, for many, is hard to recover from and can be the difference between finding success or continual disappointment.