This is hugely important. We all fall into the trap of “practicing” when instead we should strive improve. Maybe we should change the name from “practicing” to “improving!”
Tip #16: Each Day, Try to Build One Perfect Chunk
In our busy lives, it’s sometimes tempting to regard merely practicing as a success. We complete the appointed hour and sigh victoriously—mission accomplished! But the real goal isn’t practice; it’s progress. As John Wooden put it, “Never mistake mere activity for accomplishment.”
Coyle, Daniel. “The Little Book of Talent.” Bantam Books, 2012-08-21. Apple Books.
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