When I was a kid, Willie Mays was one of the top tier players in Major League Baseball. Someone asked him how did he work his way out of a slump, which everyone has from time to time; even the great ones.
He said that if he was in a batting slump, he concentrated on his fielding. If he was having a fielding slump, he would concentrate on his batting.
I’ve always thought that this was a very interesting approach because you lighten your focus on where you are struggling, rather than raising it.