Practice (is not about) Perfection

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  1. Jackie Summers (@jackfrombkln)’s avatar

    Could you expand–in writing perhaps–on why practice doesn’t make perfect? I think too many punish themselves unnecessarily.

    JFB

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    1. admin’s avatar

      Hm! I think I could do that. Give me about 4 months to think about it, ;)

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    2. Em’s avatar

      I love this! I try to practice “doing” everyday without a specific goal of getting anywhere in particular. But, when I “do” I always want to do it right or I would prefer not to do that thing at all. When I “do” with care, attention and intention, I end up getting places that are great. Thanks for the reminder Erica!

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      1. admin’s avatar

        Aw, thanks Em! Sounds like you’re developing a great relationship with yourself this point. So cool! <3 E

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      2. Kimala’s avatar

        awesome, insightful words.

        thanks Erica
        xo

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        1. admin’s avatar

          Thanks, Kimala. <3

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