There was a friend of mine who was a very good public speaker. One day, he was asked to deliver a speech after he was praised and introduced as a world class speaker. We saw him give one of his worst speeches ever. We could be open with him, and so we asked him what prevented him from giving the world class speech that we expected. He said “the pressure to meet the expectation”. A lot of us have the same problem. We worry much more about the consequences or the results. Studies have proven over and over again that if you enjoy doing a task and not worry about the result, you stand a higher chance of doing the task in the best of your ability. So next time you do something, just enjoy what you are doing. Results, if any, will follow.