Hold that L, the right way.
People usually get into fighting games with the goal of winning — what few grasp is that being able to win at the highest level also takes a magnitude of losses. The reason that losses are so important is that they serve as great learning experiences. However, it is very hard to see the lessons in a loss when your head is swimming from the actual result.
Wenster seeks to educate those people on how to look at losses properly in his most recent video. With the ability nowadays to lab out the exact things you lost to, as well as actually tracking your own progress, it’s definitely within your grasp to use losses as the learning experiences they actually are.
Source: The Average Fighter