Practice Makes Perfect
July 12, 2008 9:50am CST
Do you believe that the more you practice or use a thing the more it will retain in your memory or the more you'll master its functions? I do believe so because your brain will create a certain pathway for these because you had been doing this again and again until it became permanent. I know a person who is not good at anything at first but because of her perseverance and determination, she was able to go up the ladder of success. It took a lot of practice and untiring practice. She believes that anything can be done if you work hard on it and so practicing is a hard work. What about you? Do you believe this Practice Makes perfect and Perfect Makes Permanent?
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13 Jul 08
Yes Leate! You are correct. But I remember, "Habit makes a person perfect." I feel that practice, when done without interruption, becomes "Habit". The ascending order is; Thought, Decission, Action, Practice, Habit, Character, Perfection and Destiny. Each factor done without interruption brings well the next factor and hence "Destiny"! We can never change the fate but we can only change the choice of work and this change in choice of work only changes the fate! Thanks for this valuable topic!
14 Jul 08
Thank you so much for recognizing this as a valuable topic. I guess this is a difficult one so I expect less respondents. Anyway, I do agree with you with the ascending order. The more we practice, it will become a habit then so on and so forth. Its really in our decision all that matters. From there, everything is history. Thank you also for your valuable response. I will give you a positive rate. Take care
• Sao Paulo, Brazil
12 Jul 08
Hello, leateagee! I'd like to be just like your friend, on the way to success! I mean, when I get older, hahaha. Well, I don't think that practice makes perfect, but something close to that. It's never perfect, it can always be improved or enhanced, but to get to the higher level you must practice. Practice, practice and practice. Hard work really can get you anywhere you want, but I mean HARD WORK. It requires time, effort, your mind, perhaps you have to give up of things you have if you want to get there. Respectfully, Munhozmib.
13 Jul 08
Yes, I do agree with you. There may not be perfect...but near to perfection. There is really always a room for improvement. This something people should know. even how old you are there is always a room for learning new things... Thank you so much for responding. Take care =)