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Smart adjustments start by seeing whether the pattern we’re addressing comes from doing something too much or too little. This knowledge allows us to bring things back into balance.
Pros learn their craft. Then they put that knowledge to work, making the barely perceptible adjustments that make the difference.
Exceptional people vigorously pursue and voraciously consume feedback.
Pros notice the internal chatter that tempts them to stop practicing. They choose a better thought and get back to practicing.
Sometimes practice doesn’t go as planned. How will you experiment?
Five simple questions to help you improve your practice.
Pros know that one of the most important things we do is pause. That’s how we get better, by stepping away from the action for a few minutes.
There’s no vaccine for this one, so we’ll have to learn to live with it.
The first step toward perfecting a practice is to start a streak. You’ll become the kind of person who does that practice naturally.
Too many of us are looking for that silver bullet practice, the habit that will change everything magically. Instead, practice experimentally.
These days, the ability to bounce back sets you apart.
Practice works best if it’s experimental, even playful. Treat practices seriously, but also hold them lightly. That’s how we practice in a way that really works.