Each Day, Try to Build One Perfect Chunk

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.”

Excerpt From

Coyle, Daniel. “The Little Book of Talent.” Bantam Books, 2012-08-21. Apple Books. 
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