Damian Lillard is a respected player in the NBA. He was asked about what he does to change the pace and outcome of a game that hasn’t been going the way he prefers.
“First, you remember it’s a long game. Just because we are off to a bad start, doesn’t mean that things won’t change back our way. So, you keep playing and trying to do the right thing.”
He noted that it sometimes takes just a little thing to get the momentum shifted.
We all define our “games” a bit differently. In pro basketball, it’s 48 minutes. For you, it might be a work day. A season of weeks. A new fiscal year. A decade. All of them different.
Lillard points out that if you don’t like the pace, progress or momentum of your game, you need to change things up:
Are you satisfied with the state of your life? Need a shift in momentum? It falls to you to make it happen.