Becoming a master of your line of work, needs to be the pursuit of all. Very consciously and that’s how you get profiled too. It’s doesn’t matter how long you have practiced to become a master in what you do. What matters is how effectively you practiced to master what you do.
Your mind is a powerful platform to practice whatever you plan to do. Sachin Tendulkar played the bowler in his mind before he actually played him. His mind made him imagine how he would handle each ball and that helped him perform better than others. On any strategy, being effective is important.
Before any meeting, if you play the meeting well in advance and in your mind, you will stand a better chance of better results. Self communication of all the pros and cons of a meeting can help you prepare better, which will ultimately help you reach the desired results
Well structured efforts always pay off in positive results. The people who master what they do, follow patterns of strategies and well defined process. They are very clear of what they want to achieve. They stay away from distractions and focus on their goals minutely. They believe in the system of feedback for continuous improvement and ensuring whether they are on the right track. Such performers always perform on the edge of their abilities and keep updating and improving their capabilities.
Richard Branson is an apt example of such format of working. To an extent that he always risked his life to ensure he is on a edge, which could be his thin line between life and death and he has always won and become more and more capable and effective in whatever he pursued.
Practice makes a man perfect. But the techniques of the practice are very important to be the correct ones. Your mind is the playground where you can play, rewind and rebind what you practiced.
What you do becomes more effective when you realize how you do, what you do and how you can improve on what needs to be done & how it’s too done.
PLAN WELL, PRACTISE EFFECTIVELY, FOCUS ON GOALS, SELF CORRECT THROUGH FEEDBACKS AND KEEP PUSHING YOURSELF AWAY FROM YOUR COMFORT ZONES.
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