Get out of your head and into the zone
Coming back from the dead
When we experience fear, our brain chemistry changes—and we become vulnerable to believing things to be true that we otherwise never would.
The true source of inspiration
It's not about the words—it's about the feeling being experienced when the words come through.
Breaking bad habits
Talking about your issues rarely is enough to solve them—and quite often just enables you to continue repeating your mistakes.
Mastering the unknown
Sometimes the most profitable spot is the one you haven't even studied before.
The glue that binds high performance
You don't become a consistent high performer through a single moment of enlightenment. It only happens once you become the person who chooses presence—moment after moment, day after day.
Don't use this mindset in big moments
The worst advice you can implement into your game in big moments is to "act like you've been there before," because you haven't—and trying to pretend you have will create tension in your system and take you out of presence.
Presence Over Mindset
Your mindset is an important consideration when playing poker, but mindset only takes you so far. Playing with presence is the next step in a poker mindset evolution. Instead of trying to tuck your emotions away because you’ve learned they don’t serve you, you can learn to use your emotions to motivate you, power you forward, even warn you when you might be about to punt.
The skills Jason Su teaches have not only allowed me to play at my best more often - they have also allowed me to feel more comfortable with myself while playing.
Winning is nice, but that comfort is better as it allows me to play longer, avoid burnout, and stress less while playing.