On Becoming A Habit

Skill

Post Written By Eugene Morgan

The hard must become habit. The habit must become easy. The easy must become beautiful. — Doug Henning

It is easy to find us admiring another person’s talent in how he or she uses what seems to be without effort. We forget that it took that person time and dedication to acquire such high level of skill. We think learning a skill is all physical work, however, the brain is involved also while developing new neuro-pathways. It is a mind and body learning experiences. The brain is learning how to coordinate the unfamiliar arm movements all the while sending signals or communication back and forth. Just about everything we learn at first will take some effort to develop adequately and then beautifully at end. And that’s how habits are made whether they’re good or bad. We use our habits to our advantage when we need them to work for us

The hard must become habit. The habit must become easy. The easy must become beautiful. — Doug Henning Click To Tweet

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