Setting standards - is the k-close enough?
After reading up on a lot of material here on the forums, I went out to practice around campus, reconnected with old friends, etc. I gotta say, I had a really shaky start, but I'm glad I stuck with it because my confidence skyrocketed and I started seeing improvement in my game and the results were amazing. I think that's the problem.
See, I feel like k-closing just doesn't cut it for me anymore. Why? It just feels like everything is unfinished. Assuming n-closing is starting the ignition, a k-close is just putting it into drive, but not going anywhere yet. Just wasting gas. Lovely analogy, isn't it?
Question is - should I be proud of a k-close nowadays as if I was just starting out?
Always leave her better than you found her.