An active and thoughtful process of analyzing what went wrong, why it happened, and how you can produce different results the next time.
It also means understanding that how you spend your practice time remains more important than how much time you spend practicing.
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Deliberate practice involves:
... is by far the most effective method for rapidly improving your abilities at any skill.
It requires focused attention and is conducted with the specific goal of improving performance.
Don't leave your phone and computer within arm’s reach during practice sessions.
Put them where you can’t see or hear any notifications so you won’t be tempted to stop practicing to reply to a message “real quick” and end up going down a distraction rabbit hole.
"If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, again” is a popular saying but, to count as truly helpful advice, it should say: "If at first you don’t succeed, practice, practice, practice, and then try, try, again”
Building habits is a long-term game, there's no immediate fix.
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