Practise Makes Perfect

Practise Makes Perfect

Practice makes everything possible for a man and regular practice makes them perfect in any area. All of us have goals that we want to achieve in our lives. But these goals can be achieved only by practice.

It can be easy to think that the gap between where you are now and where you want to be in the future is caused by a lack of knowledge. Hence why we buy courses on how to start a business or how to lose weight fast. We think that if we knew about a better strategy, then we would get better results. We think that a new result requires new knowledge.

But, new knowledge does not necessarily drive new results. Learning something new can be a waste of time if your goal is to make progress and not simply gain additional knowledge. To understand this we need to know the difference between learning and practicing.

Learning something new and practicing something new may seem very alike, but these two methods can have profoundly different results. Here is a way to think about the difference.

For example: Let us say your goal is to get fit -You can research the best instructions on bench press technique, but the only way to build strength is to practice lifting weights.

Let us consider three more reasons to prioritize active practice over passive learning.

Passive Learning Can Be a Crutch That Supports Inaction

In many cases, learning is a way to avoid taking action on the goals and interests that we say are important to us. For example, suppose you want to learn a foreign language. Studying a book on how to learn a foreign language lets you feel like you are making progress . Of course, you are not practicing the action that would deliver your desired outcome

Practice Is Learning, But Learning Is Not Practice

Learning is not any form of practice because although you gain new knowledge, you are not discovering how to apply that knowledge. Practice, meanwhile, is one of the greatest ways of learning because the mistakes you make while practicing reveals important insights.

Practice Focuses Your Energy on the Process

The status of your life right now is a consequence of the habits and ideas that you have been practicing each day. When you realize this and begin to direct your focus toward practicing better habits every day, life will become better. It is not the things we learn nor the dreams we envision that determine our results, but rather that habits that we practice each day.

Practicing anything regularly indicates one’s intellectual and aesthetic abilities. Practice makes a man perfect as it brings perfection which leads a man towards achieving excellence in a particular subject or field.

Making Right Choices To Create Lasting Habits

Making Right Choices To Create Lasting Habits

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All of us have big goals and dreams that we want to achieve. It can be anything from losing weight to being more sociable. But most of the time we have a starting trouble. We often wait for a new day or try to create a plan and keep procrastinating. We suddenly realize that achieving the goal requires a lot of effort, time and steps.

This starting trouble can easily be conquered.

Importance Of Small Choices

Often time we focus on planning and analyzing our goals instead of doing something that will bring us closer to our goals. There is a need to feel motivated and inspired when embarking on a new journey but this is a misconception.

 The decisions that we make daily will ultimately define us as a person. These choices will have a huge impact on our life. When you choose to plan instead of taking action, it is a choice that will take you further away from your goal.

 When we decide to become better we tend to set drastic goals. Big drastic goals make us focus only on the big changes. Such goals require multiple changes in our life and we tend to focus only on the final results. When we fail to see the results we envisioned, despite the effort and time we put in, we get demotivated.

This is why small changes and decisions are important. Focusing on small tasks will push you in the right direction. Implementing small changes and following it regularly will ultimately help you to achieve your goal.  

Stop Planning And Start Doing

When we make a plan we usually plan weeks ahead or even months. Break up your plan into smaller bits and focus on the present tasks at hand. Focus on doing one particular thing on the list.

Whether is choosing to eat right or hit the gym, focus your attention on completing the present goal. Small achievable tasks make you feel like a winner each time you complete them. The longer you maintain the streak, the greater the joy.

Making The Right Decisions Daily

Remember that any major change takes time and dedication. This approach will help you get started instead of being stuck in the planning phase.

This approach makes every choice you make poignant. Even the most meaningless choice will accumulate over time and have a huge impact.

If you want to get up early, focus on getting up early just once. Want to go to the gym? Focus on doing it once. Go for a jog? Try it once.

Focus on completing a task and keep repeating it. Finally, you will be amazed at how far you have come. We cannot change the past but the present is with us. Making the better decision will eventually make us a better person.  

What Is Happiness?

What Is Happiness?

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Most of us believe that we do not need a formal meaning of happiness. We know when we feel it, and we often use the term to express a series of positive emotions, including joy, pride, contentment, and gratitude.

Happiness is not something you obtain, but rather it is something you inhabit.

What this means is that finding happiness is not achieved by fighting for it, but rather it is the product of a particular set of ongoing life events.

Here are three important things people should know about happiness:

Happiness Is Not The Same As Pleasure

When people seek happiness, they are seeking pleasure: great food, time for movies, a new car, gatherings with friends, losing weight, becoming famous, and so on.

But while pleasure is good, it is different from happiness. Pleasure is associated with happiness but does not create it.

People who direct their energy on materialistic and superficial pleasures end up more troubled, more emotionally weak and less happy in the long-run.

Finding Happiness Does Not Require Lowering One’s Expectations

The failure to meet our expectations is not the opposite of happiness, and we can argue that the capability to fail and still thank the experience is a fundamental building block for happiness.

So, raise your expectations. Elongate your process. Lie on your death bed with a to-do list a mile long and smile at the infinite opportunity granted to you. Create ridiculous standards for yourself and then savor the inevitable failure.

Happiness Is Not The Same As Positivity

Discarding negative emotions leads to more difficult and more prolonged negative emotions and emotional dysfunction.

Negative emotions are important and healthy for keeping stable baseline happiness in one’s life.

Now to tell about what drives happiness, we can say:

Happiness is the process of becoming your ideal self.

Happiness should not be a goal, it should be a Habit. 

The good thing is wherever we are born, whatever childhood we had, when we grow up we all have the opportunity to be in charge of our lives and be happy.

The happiest people on earth do not have the best of everything. They just make the best of everything.

You have the ability to control how you feel, and with practice, you can form life-long habits for a more satisfying and fulfilling life.

A happy life.