Just remember, your attitude and approach are going to play a large part in determining success. By trying to see the good in everything and removing doubt or negativity, I think you will be more at ease.
Finally, here are some words from Aja Barto, CrossFit Games competitor, I think are great reminders of perspective: "The most successful people in our time are consistent. That means they are performing more times than not and that also means at times, their performance is shit. Do you think those rare instances keep them down? Nope. They instantaneously forget and move on. How they respond to failure is the catalyst to their future successes. It is how you respond to those days that you are "the bug" that will affect your current mood, attitude, mindset and even future performances.
Remember that your thoughts become your words, your words become your actions and your actions become your habit."
EMOM: Power Snatches
Minutes 1-3: 4 Touch-and-Go Power Snatches
Minutes 4-6: 3 Touch-and Go Power Snatches
Minutes 7-9: 2 Touch-and-Go Power Snatches
Minutes 10-12: 1 Power Snatch
*Goal is to progressively add weight, working towards a max Power Snatch
WOD 1: 'Annie' 50-40-30-20-10
WOD 2: 5 Rounds
9 Box Jumps 24"/20"
*Rest 90 Seconds between Rounds (Treat each round as a sprint!)