People who get prizes practice differently: They do NOT repeat mistakes, but rather repeat SUCCESSES of increasing complexity.
“Don’t screw this up” comes after someone has supposedly practiced and knows what they’re doing. Think bomb squad on the job.
Frazz, it’s missing the “and expecting a different result.”
Lousy way to tell anybody anything. Ever meet or see a DON’T?Don’t think of fools pretending to have proof of Bigfoot, becauseone person told them it was real….now don’t think of fools pretending to have proof that their neighbors and fellow citizensmiscounted and lied about election results in their county…for CASH.
Don’t think of the legal penalties which truth, honesty and Americangovernment require…..
Practice makes perfect is so wrong!
Practice makes better, if you learn from your mistakes!
If you practice it wrong you will do it wrong when it counts.
“Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.” Samuel Beckett
“Perfect practice prevents pi$$ poor performance.” – Mitch R., at least the first person I heard say it.
That sounds familiar. Hm-m-m-m . . . echoes from the Potomac Basin?
If something is worth doing, it’s worth doing badly!
I’ve seen doctors practice medicine for decades! When are they going to get good at it?!
When do we see the first of the “Einstein never said that” comments?
Making the same mistakes without learning is being a moron.
July 31, 2013