This. Watch Will Wesson's or Steve Stepp's game of s.k.a.t.e. When they start getting behind in the count, the first thing they do when they get their turn back is throw an easy 4 out, or something else that is easy enough for them to get their confidence back.
It's always a lot easier to throw down a new trick when you stomped the shit out of your last five. Think of it like this: you have a steeze meter above your head at all times. You need "x" amount of tricks to fill it up before hucking a new one. This always tends to help me and it's overall more fun ski when you're landing the tricks you already know than falling on the ones you don't. Just be patient.