Sure, almost everyone wants to be a dynamo in the sack. Unfortunately, this fantasy does not always meet reality. Despite your best intentions, you may be wasting time on moves your partner doesn't enjoy and totally skipping over the favorites. That's why it's important to watch out for the subtle signs your partner doesn't think you're great in bed (and what to do about that).
Now of course, even the most sexual being has an off day now and then. And there's no reason to feel like a failure if you don't want to, say, bust out the French maid outfit every single night. That said, there are easy ways to improve your bedroom game to meet your own partner's unique needs.
Communication is key here, as always, but it may not always be in the form of straightforward dialogue. (Although a frank discussion about sexual wants and needs would seem to benefit most any romantic relationship). Paying attention to positive feedback — whether that's in the form of increased breathing or just general happy sounds — is one way to make sure your efforts aren't wasted. In time, you won't have to worry about whether your are pleasing your partner in bed, because you'll know exactly how to get the job done.