In this Episode:
Practice Makes us Proficient! Which Takes the Perfection Pressure Off.
Do you like lasagna? I do, very much. Honestly and with all modesty I can say my lasagna is to die for. I don’t mean my lasagna will literally kill you. Heavens NO! The expression “it’s to die for” means something is fantastic, incredible, magnificent, and in the case of food over the top delicious. And my lasagna should be first-rate, an award-winning stack of deliciousness because I’ve spent the past 45 years mastering the recipe.
- We don’t get good at anything – cooking, relationships, a job, patience – without practice.
- If we want to be really good at something we must get really good at practicing that something.
- Practice will make us proficient, not perfect. Takes a lot of stress off, doesn’t it?
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