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robertepetersen

Mental coaches in the shotgun target shooting arena, often recommend a "30-minute rule". Many recreational trap shooters talk a lot prior to the start of an event out of nervousness. When I began using the 30-minute rule, my shooting buddies got quite irritated. Clearly there was something wrong with me, I was mad at them or suffering a meltdown. Whatever it was they had to solve my problem by engaging me in conversation. I used to point to my ear plugs and hand signal that I couldn't hear them. I'm thinking headphones, with or even without music, would help make the 30-minute rule work. I recently purchased ear plugs with a music insert that I can connect to my smart phone for music. I'll see how it works.

22/01/17
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JANEOD

This is very insightful!

26 days ago
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