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Whatever you practice at, you will improve at

Practice doesn't make it perfect

“It’s a simple rule of life: whatever you practice, you will improve at.” -Elizabeth Gilbert

What do you want to improve at? Finances? Friendship? Organization? Writing? Cooking? Painting? Time management? Budgeting?

Start practicing. Work on it for 15 to 30 minutes every day. Read books and blogs about it. Listen to podcasts about it. Talk to other people who are good at it. And by all means, just start doing it.

You probably won’t be good at first. You might not be good at it after months of practice. But you will improve at it.

Keep practicing. Keep learning. Keep critiquing your work and trying again.

A daily commitment to the practice of almost anything will eventually turn you into a master of it or an expert in it.

It starts with the commitment to just begin practicing.

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1 Comment

  • Jessica says:

    Yes! I had wanted to learn how to knit for decades! I taught myself how to crochet when I was 8 from a library book, but I couldn’t figure out knitting. I finally learned last fall because my engineer husband watched some YouTube videos, learned how to cast on and to do the knit stitch. He then taught me. I learned how to purl, bind off, knit in the round, do some basic lace and cables since then. I’ve learned a lot in the past 9 months. I joined an online knitting group and some women have knit for over 50 years and say they are still learning, still practicing and still making mistakes.

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