snooker and all cue sports require a lot of visualization. What I mean by this is that you need to draw imaginary lines from the cue ball to the object ball to pot it and then where the cue ball will travel after contact of the object ball. Many new players just go for the pot then look around to see what’s next but you need to plan three to four shots in advance and keep changing these plans as you play the first. You definitely need a outline of a plan than just potting a ball and lookimg for another. So when your practicing decide on the position firstly then where you would need to hit the cue ball to achieve this. Then as I said in another post you need a single ball focus and not to be lookimg where the cue ball is traveling but the aiming point to secure the pot first.