You can overcome!
Forgetting the essential role of the body. What we learned a long time ago working with athletes and soldiers is that while the mind understands, it is the body that actually learns. Understanding can occur in an instant but authentic learning, the development of new competence, takes recurring practice and that takes time. If you think about anything you have ever learned, you didn't learn it from books, tapes, motivational talks, or tips techniques. They might all provide awareness and inspiration, but not learning. Authentic learning takes practice over time as it is only through practice that competence is built. Top athletes don't read books about their sport. They go to practice. The same is true for anything that you want to learn. You can become aware of something that you want to learn or some way that you want to be from a book but authentic learning will come from lots and lots of practice as that is the only way the body learns.