sm8900 wrote:i'm about to become a cook. any ideas?
Viceroy63 wrote:sm8900 wrote:i'm about to become a cook. any ideas?
Have you taken the time to really reflect on the path taken? Have you consider where it is that you may have missed the mark and/or taken the wrong turn, or gotten off at the wrong exit? Those who do not remember the past are destined to repeat it!
Just a quick scan of your games show a rather large variety of games played. Have you considered that perhaps each game requires a different strategy? That each setting in a game requires a different alteration to the strategy for that game? Perhaps you need to focus on learning and mastering just one game strategy? Perhaps playing all them different maps is where you are going wrong?
Like Dhallmeyer, I say, Join the SoC and learn "The Strategy of the Stacks" as I call it. Learn it well and only master this one strategy before moving on to other maps and strategies. It could be that learning just one strategy will help you to master all of them.
The young shaolin asked the teacher, "Which is the best style for fighting, Master? Is it the Tiger or the Dragon or perhaps the Snake?" The Shaolin Priest looked at his apprentice and replied, "There is no one style that is best. Like nature, the Sun beats on the waters which then evaporates to form the clouds which in turn cover the heat of the sun and thus prevent the sun from beating on the waters. So also in the martial arts are the many different styles of combat, devised to resolve the other styles of fighting" The young shaolin pondered upon his masters reply and concluded, "Then one should learn all the styles?" To which the aged teacher replied, "It could take a life time to master just one style!" The Student, a bit perplexed by the answer asked, "And how many style have you mastered." To which the humble priest replies with a half smile, "I master them all."
-Kwuai Chang Caine, Kung Fu.
Users browsing this forum: jayt1990