When I was a kid I took piano lessons. Even though my piano lessons were just once a week, my piano teacher gave me the assignment of practicing every day. That way when she came back a week later I could show some improvement from the week before.
Think about how you approach delivering a presentation. Do you think about it as a one time event, or as an opportunity to practice your preparation and delivery skills?
I think one of the most important principles of success is the concept of PRACTICE.
I think most people, myself included, lose value in the simple fundamentals of the game, such as “going out to practice.”
There is no limit to growth. There is no level where you’re “too good to practice.” There’s always another level.
For those that view going out and improving yourself to be “work” or a “chore”, then this might upset you. You will never reach a point where you’re “complete.” This is something you must accept.
Might as well learn to ENJOY the process. ;)
The best in the world continue to PRACTICE .
“Practice as if you are the worst, perform as if you are the best.” To this day, I continue to go out and “practice” and look for ways to become more excellent with my horsemanship skills. As should you.
Hannah & Blaze