Cognitive Dissonance

I’m stressed out. I believe I am the Cat’s Meow of players but the best of the best are not flocking to play with me. I don’t want to believe I am an average player but perhaps the proof lies in the pudding. Evidently I have an area of my brain that wants to avoid adversive outcomes.

Sounds like I’m taking an easy way out of my circumstances and rationalizing information that does not agree with my perceptions.

The fact of the matter is, if the work is not put in the outcome desired probably is not happening. Also, my associations may not be in line with my life goals. If nothing changes, nothing changes. You can’t expect different results by doing the same process over and over again; a definition of insanity.

Here’s to altering my behavior to fit my expectations.

Cheers, have another glass of Kool-Aid, Mr. Jones.

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