Yesterday I wrote a great article titled “How Much Should You Practice?”
Let’s take a different turn today!
Let’s say you actually practice 5 days a week (2 hours each day). So you get in a solid 10 hours of practice each week.
That’s great right?
You would think you are getting enough repetition to make a difference.
But are you?
What I’m getting at is this:
Don’t just think putting in the time is going to get you the results you need to be successful.
What? Have we not been told if we put in the time we get the reward?
You see, there are good practices, there are better practices and then there are the very best practices.
If you put in that much time, energy and effort to be the best you can be, you have to make sure what you are doing is the best practice. Otherwise you are spinning your wheels working your butt off day in and day out not getting the very best results you desire.
Here’s an example many of us can relate to:
Many people want to lose weight and stay in shape. (January is getting close):