Contrary to popular belief, practice on its own does not lead to improvement or progress. Effective practice starts with these 5 elements.
When your momentum is constantly disrupted, it can feel like you’ll never make progress. Ironically, this disruption can be the spark to progress.
Contrary to popular belief, practice alone will not lead to improvement. If you want to improve, you need to step up your practice with one of these 3 levels.
It’s time to debunk the core myth around the value of practice.
The belief that we can measure progress is based on illusions and leads to an unproductive theater of measuring metrics that don’t even matter.
How can you appreciate and celebrate your progress if you don’t know what it looks like?
If you’re feeling stuck, this simple process can help you turn things around — if you approach it in the right sequence.