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The Art of Practice: 5 Key Elements for Perfect Practice


The Art of Practice: 5 Key Elements for Perfect Practice




"Practice does not make perfect. Only perfect practice makes perfect.” – Vince Lombardi

Does practice make perfect or does practicing perfectly make perfect? Practice comes down to more than just the actual practice session. Patience along with determination are other qualities you should work on to make the most out of your practice.

We are an instant gratification generation and many of us expect to get results and have an amazing skill set overnight. We all want the magic formula that gets you from zero to hero in minutes. Without patience not only will you...

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Unknown said…
Its really difficult to give the solution for this question. because six sigma policy is focusing only on quality. so all the training institute should give the valid and quality training for six sigma training certification.

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EcoFit Heather said…
Great article! Patience really is the key to practicing perfectly. Slow and steady practice along with a lot of patience will really help bring your form closer to perfect
Patience and perseverance is really the key to perfectly practice successfully.

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