Practice Makes Perfect – Intro
I usually never say practice makes perfect, but I will say it for the particular method of learning that I introduced in our last post, how to learn a new skill fast. It's really as close to perfect that you can get.
If you missed that post, please go back and take a look at it. It will help to make sense of where we're headed with this particular post today.
If you have already viewed the post, then let's continue.
Today, I will be using a video that I made sometime in the past from one of my previous websites.
That video includes the old Allen Iverson phrase, “we're talking about practice,” that he used 22 times in a media interview.
If you follow sports, then you may have seen that clip sometime in the past.
Along with that clip, I also toss in a few of my usual candid edits to illustrate what we are trying to achieve when talking about practice and how the method I previously shared with you will help you to become an expert at any skill you can imagine.. and do it in the shortest amount of time possible!
without further ado, watch the below video.
Practice Makes Perfect – Video
Practice Makes Perfect – Conclusion
What did you think of the video?
Did it capture the importance of practice and how practice makes perfect?
If not, let me conclude this post by explaining how important it is to practice and perfect your craft.
I am going to make the assumption you are not Jesus. In making that assumption, it would be reasonable to assume that you are not a perfect being. You didn't just wake up this morning all-knowing nor do you have any other godly abilities.
Again, I am just making that assumption. If you are Jesus, then we need to have a conversation at your earliest convenience. I know you're really busy these days 🙂
Being you're not immortal, everything that you know and everything you will learn will require a great deal of practice in order to perfect. The good thing is that much of the skill you need in order to be really good at something can be accomplished in less than 24-hours.
Again, if you missed the previous post, you will want to go back now to grab the resources I provided in that article.
Once you get good enough to make self-corrections, you just continue to practice, practice and practice some more until you are nearly perfect.
The method of practice and the new method of learning that was taught previously, will help you to develop new skills quickly, which will benefit you greatly in whatever business you serve.
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Also, if you happen to have a business and need marketing skills development, I invite you to try out our business mastery tools. If you don't have a business but you are looking to make some extra money online, this will help you as well.
Again, thanks for visiting – God bless!
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