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The hardest years in life are those between ten and seventy.
-- Helen Hayes
 

 

Thursday, July 16, 2020

Each time

Do it once, do it again, and do it some more. Each time the habit becomes more ingrained.

Each time you get better. And the better you become, the more inspired you’ll be to make further improvements and additional efforts.

People who are highly skilled at what they do are people who practice, a lot. What good skill can you practice today, tomorrow, again and again?

Push yourself forward by pushing yourself to repeat what works and to improve on what doesn’t. Rise to higher and higher levels of skill by utilizing your skill, over and over.

You already know what to do, and you already know how to do it. Do it again, and improve on what you know.

Add repeatedly to the value that will exist in your future. With enough practice, with enough repetition, anything is possible.

— Ralph Marston

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