Mute anyone who is toxic and definitely not be the toxic person in a game.
Always try, even with allies who have given up. If you win 1/100 of “lost” games in the eyes of another, this could be the difference between the payout percentages of 50 and 51%. Always do your best.
Do something physical every day outside Dota. Endorphins are real and exercising, jogging, push-ups is enough to make you feel good. You feel great, you sound great.
Eliminate external distractions from the game.
Play when you have time to play. Don’t rush a game or try to “squeeze” it. Trying to play within a certain time frame can force players to make bad decisions in the game.
Play in a group or without classification when you are not mentally prepared for the ranking.
Do not play tired, hungry, angry, drunk or sad, much easier to tilt it when you are not feeling better.
No “autopilot” in games. Thinking actively is much stronger than thinking unconsciously.
If you lose 2 games in a row, take a break. Mental restarts are always necessary in such an exciting game as Dota 2 mmr boosting.
It’s okay to make mistakes and accept that you will lose the games.
Push the waves. Pushing the waves creates the conditions for winning Dota games. This cannot be stressed enough.
Focus on yourself, you can only control yourself.
Concentrate anywhere between 1 and 5 heroes and send them spam emails until you know them inside and out. The less focus you have on small things (like when an Eul is stunned by Lina’s Light Strike Array), the more focus you can have on bigger and bigger things, like placing and cooling down enemies.
Watch the repetitions and, above all, the lost games. Try to identify what you could have done differently to change the outcome of the game and these things will not always be obvious.
ALWAYS be willing to learn. Accept that no one in the world has this perfect game, not even the pros. (The only impact that OpenAI has had in the middle of the road in this game should show that there are always new things to learn, when a computer taught people things about a game they had played for more than 10 years.) This may mean see professionals playing the role you play, reading new material, new and old hero guides, people with higher MMR, people in your games who dominated the game.
The heroes, the lane or the position you play don’t count. You can level up in any position in the game, controlled on numerous occasions by the players who lead the leaderboards.
Set realistic goals and achieve them. This is useful advice for life, and the same goes for Dota.
Improve your game step by step. Concentrate on one thing and master it, then move on to the next.
Many of these can be expanded to a much greater depth. Keep in mind that although it is important to follow these rules, it is human to have a bad day or a bad game. Don’t kick yourself for losing matches, just try to be positive and have a good attitude. These things alone can bring an advantage to games that your opponents may not have.
We will especially thank all members of the community who try to teach others about this fantastic game.