We’ve all heard that practice makes perfect, but most of us are too impatient. We want to see results and we want to see them now. We focus on what we want to achieve so much that we don’t pay attention to our training. And when things get bad, we fall to the level of you’re training.
While our focus in training is to get it right. Masters train till they can’t get it wrong. And there’s a huge difference. If you look at it from a statistic standpoint, you are able to get the job done. But you do it right about 10% – 15% of the time. Mainly because things will come up that will get you off track. That might be a time limit, lack of materials or something you might never think of.
A master trains till he can get the job done even if you wake him up in the middle of the night. He did it so many times that it’s like a reflex for him. A master is nothing more then someone who has put in the effort. Having said that, a master will not lose his focus when something comes up.
How can you become a master?
Basically it’s just a matter of patients. Even when you feel you have trained enough, when you feel confident that you know what you’re doing. Keep perfecting your art. No matter how good you are you can always be better. Demand more of yourself then anyone else ever could.