Hello Fierce One,
Decades of research into the habits of world-class performers across virtually every field reveals one belief they all espouse with borderline fanaticism: the importance of practice.
Simply put: High performers practice their skills every single day. Prior to her landmark Coachella performance, Beyoncé put in grueling 11-hour rehearsal days to ensure the performance went off without a hitch. World-renowned Celtic fiddler Natalie MacMaster has said she practices her scales daily. Initially a low NFL draft pick, superstar Tom Brady spent more than a decade practicing the component skills of what would ultimately make him one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time.
But despite the overwhelming qualitative and anecdotal evidence in favor of practice, many leaders downplay its importance. The reluctance to practice is understandable: Most of us have more on our to-do lists than could possibly be completed in a day. But the fact remains that if you want to achieve world-class results, you’ll need to pony up the discipline required to practice your craft. Here’s a step-by-step process to follow. READ MORE…