The fantasy football manager is in control of his team. He or she makes business decisions to generate the most effective lineup every week.
Decisions on injuries, hot streaks, and coaching decisions, and analytics are the differences between winning and losing.
In this post I would like to emphasize the Emotional Intelligence (EQ), which is the ability to recognize and understand emotions and either use that information or other right information to guide a decision making process.
Its not always what happens to you but how you survive and implement strategies that will keep you going during a season, or any given week of the NFL or College Season.
That’s the first step in the management of your fantasy football business.
Controlling anger, frustration, anxiety, and others requires thinking in a simple calm fashion.
Relax, let it go, take it easy.
When you find yourself looking at a situation where you feel you have little control over the players, coaches, and fantasy owner of your league, try some other activities, which are not hard to find.
I say this, basically because to manage your fantasy sports teams, you will need to spend a lot of time on strategy, research, and calculating your next or non move.
NEVER: Go live on a lineup based on emotion.
NEVER: Blurt something out on chat boards or social media and leave a bad impression as a fantasy football manager and player.
REMEMBER: This is a business and don’t lose your cool.
REMEMBER: Every loss bring with it a learning experience.
Just some quick tip/reminders for your approach to the fantasy football business.
The fantasy football manager will prosper when decisions are made in a place of peace, responsibility, and controlled or emotional intelligence.