The art of competition and growth.
When I first started playing melee in 2001, I thought I could be the best. For several years, once I realized I couldn't be 'the best,' I stopped playing to improve, but now that I have people that have gotten better than me, I have begun to want to get better, even if I doubt my chances at being the best.I don't believe in investing time into an activity if I'm not always trying to win/improve.
I kinda wanted to. When I started playing it was more like "I should see how far I can take this, I could be really good or even the best". I never had very serious thoughts of being that good though, especially after playing for a couple of years and getting a feel for where I stand.
yeah I did, I always knew that it was extremely unrealistic, but I never really felt that I would be satisfied unless I was the best. At times I still want to even though I'm extremely out of shape at my own game and I don't even really enjoy it anymore. I tend to want to be the best at any game I feel competitive about.
I still think I want to be the best at melee, people don't believe me all the time. My results say otherwise and my play needs tons of work in every area. But I wanna keep going, the thought of saying that I am the best and it meaning that is an idea that is just too tempting.Koopa
Not really, im not thinking to get that far. In reality, i wanna be one of the bests, not the best.
Yes, I still do think that.