When you get a chance to perform at your best, reflect what made that happen. It’s never an accident. Many things have to align to create this performance.
By becoming aware of what makes that happen, you can replicate it in the future. Without this awareness, replication would be a hit and miss. You may need to journal the success factors which you can review before your future performances.
I spoke with one of the best in the world and I noticed after his performance he wrote a 15-page journal of the good, the bad and the indifferent of the event. Do you think this would help him with a better outcome the next time? You bet!
The world-class treat their craft with discipline and reverence. No wonder they are world-class!