A refocussing plan is very similar to an on-site psych plan, in that it aims to prepare to return you to a state of focus and flow during a performance where something goes wrong. This might be because you are distracted, become stressed, make a mistake or suffer an unjust refereeing decision.
Since you will need to apply the refocussing plan rapidly, it needs to be short and simple.
An effective way of preparing the plan is to list what might go wrong with the performance, and then write down how you will let go of the distraction and refocus on your performance. This might be by rapid application of a relaxation technique, by using a cue-word that has been linked to a feeling of focus, or by effective use of imagery.
Practice applying the effective refocussing technique using imagery or simulation. This will make it easier to use and apply the technique during competition.