How To Achieve Consistency In Practice And Manage Expectations

For you to be able to maintain reasonable consistency in learning a new skill, you would need to:

  1. Manage your expectations.
  2. Accept the possibility of failure and learn its lessons.
  3. Maintain commitment to your practice.
  4. Focus on one task at a time (Use a To-do list).

Expectations can help us change the course of our life.

But on the flip side having too great an expectation especially in the space of a short time can hinder your development.

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