A Better Way to Practice
Deliberate practice involves:
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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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Engaging in deliberate practice allows you to showcase the best version of yourself. You get to learn so many valuable and useful traits such as patience, grit, and meticulousness.
Whatever skill or sport you want to excel in, deliberate practicing is the best and the fastest way to enhance yourself.