The trajectories of your chip shots are very inconsistent.
You second guess the distance you should stand from the ball and you feel this is causing your inconsistent shots.
You are not able to hinge your wrists properly during the backswing.
You are not able to release the club or hinge your wrists during the backswing as you should.
You make poor contact because your hands, arms, and body do not swing together or you try to swing too fast.
You have lost accuracy or speed due to a jerky backswing.
You are overusing your body to compensate for inadequate hip and shoulder turn, poor wrist cock, contact, or balance.
You straighten your trailing leg during the backswing and lose balance or make poor contact with the ball.
You lose balance and have noticed that you get up on your toes during the swing.
The ball flies unpredictably or you wonder if your hands are moving on the grip during the swing.