Change Requires Practice and Repetition
If you want to create change, whether it be personally or professionally, it requires repetition and practice.
If you want to do something new, it will create some uncomfortableness.
You can assume that if you are comfortable you are not doing something new.
It is also not practical for someone who is learning something new to get it perfect the first time.
That is why repetition and practice can help create more precision, more productivity and more profit.
If you want to create change, you have to get through the discomfort of layering in a new skill or behavior.
Posted on Sat, August 16, 2014
by Kurt McDowell filed under