i feel that way a lot… i think it feels like a big problem, like, where do i start? but the solution is to start small. the easiest thing for me, because i’m lazy, is to just look at what is getting me killed, and then figure out or try solutions to not have it happen again. and there’s usually several things that i can change. implied is that you should play people who beat you, because frankly a lot of times i just want to play the game and not have to learn anything, but if i keep getting killed, my brain is like hmm, ok maybe i should pay attention… otherwise plateauing becomes more likely.
another thing, which is different from what i normally do because it’s more challenging, but which i imagine is crucial to a good offensive game, is to think of one new thing you can try (e.g., a mixup, or a setup), and then focus on doing that one thing for like the next x games. that’s a piece of advice, nay, wisdom, that metric gave me. it’ll not only add another tactic or whatever to your arsenal, but the process in itself will force you to approach and play the game a little differently, without you even trying to, which is all good to break you out of your rut. again, start small with these things… so many possibilities here… pick one at a time, lest you grow tired. shortcut for the thinking process: watch videos, and pick out some cool things that you want to integrate into your game.