Here's one thing that I noticed this past week, and it may or may not apply to you.
Last week I took bad beat, after bad beat after bad beat and NEVER put a bad beat on anyone else. I thought long and hard about it and came to the realization that I wasn't gambling enough. I was folding after the flop missed me, even if I had some killer outs, and even when the pot odds
were good enough for me to call. The problem was I wasn't factoring in the implied odds. If I had limped in with JT suited and the flop was 893 I'd fold to any bet. I had made a decision to not "chase cards". Well in the past 3 days I chose to play looser post flop. Take the reasonable risk here and there. If I've got a draw to the nuts, I started calling some reasonable bets although I still fold if the bets are bigger in relation to my stack than I'm willing to risk.
Since then I've started putting some bad beats on other people when I hit and not just taking them. This was apparently a big hole in my game. Playing too tight and conservative. Just last night I was playing a ring game and called a $1 bet on an open ender draw, hit it on the turn and ended up doubling up.
Since then I've played in three 45 person SNG's and six 9 person SNG's.
The 45 person ones I placed: First, second and fifth, all 3 ITM
The 9 person ones I placed: 1,2,1,3,5,2
Before this I was constantly getting blinded out and eliminated right before the final table, 12th, 14th, 11th etc (in the 45 person ones)
Granted the sample size is FAR too small to draw any conclusions about the change in my play, but I can tell you that in the past 3 days I've sucked out on at least 4 or 5 occasions and won monster pots that allowed me to advance deep.