Theories vary on how to cure target panic. Some switch their shooting hand, or change their grip slightly — techniques that have also proved successful in golf. Others use visualization techniques and positive reinforcement. Wunderle advises his clients to imagine seeing and feeling what a good shot is, without focusing on aiming the arrow. “Do not focus on results,” he said. “When you focus on results, it builds anxiety. And anxiety is the kiss of death.”
-"The Secret Curse of Expert Archers," Aug. 1, 2008, The New York Times
This is kinda what I think of when I hear people talking about winrate. I'm pretty sure MLB players don't think when they're up at the plate that they've only hit 15 home runs this season.
Plus there will always people who hit more, and less. It's good to work hard to be productive but it's also good to be happy that you are able to play at the level you are playing.