I feel I have a few problems being a little gunshy with shooting and throwing Judo throws. When shooting in against people, I often end up headlocked or guillotined... I think I am lowering or leading with my head too much, so I'll have to practice better shows. When practicing Judo throws I accidently forgot to turn and ended up throwing the guy over my head. This is bad, as I could have hurt him and in any Judo competition I would have been thrown out for that move (according to him). Fortunately everyone is ok. However, now every time I try a Judo throw - even in grappling/bjj randori - I get really nervous and can't execute it. I keep feeling like I'll ended up doing it wrong and kill or hurt the other person. Ironically I end up doing it wrong because I'm distracted and end up either back in neutral or taken down. I know this is a silly problem, but does anyone have any tips to help me regain my confidence?