Post Written By Eugene Morgan
“I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times.”— Bruce Lee
If we work on one thing at a time, we would go a long way. Once we master one thing, then we can learn how to master the other thing. There are things that are complex that we need to break down into parts for us to master. Once we master all parts then we can put them all together to work for us. This is the best way to learn something is to break them down into smaller parts. We learn so much one thing at a time without feeling overwhelmed. We ought to be patient with ourselves and allow ourselves to get acquainted with everything at our own pace because we all have different speeds of learning. Practice makes near perfection. Practice does make us better than we first started out. What better place to use our time in practicing something worthwhile to us.
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