“Be a student. Every game is an opportunity for learning and improving. Don’t dwell on mistakes but use them as a means of
motivating yourself to be better the next time out. You will find you’ve built a sort of database that you can mentally sift
through when presented with game situations…Talk to those you trust- your partners, your assigner or your mentor- about
your game and discuss any concerns you may have. If you made a mistake, ask what could have been done to prevent it.
Perhaps you had a bad experience with a player or coach. Ask those who know how it could have been managed better. That
is where the real learning takes place.” January 2017, p. 74
“All You Want to Be: Forget Perfection! There’s nothing wrong with great.” Referee magazine,