STOP AND THINK – No amount of practice will do much good unless the player is trying to accomplish something definite. (Ben Hogan, late professional golfing great)
“Practice makes perfect,” says the old adage. Actually, that’s not true. Rather, practice makes permanent. Practicing bad habits will chain you to those habits, and there will be no improvement. So, we need to establish good practice habits with, as Hogan suggests, a clear objective. Then, continual practice will produce good results.
The Apostle Paul: “Whatever you have learned or received or heard from me, or seen in me—put it into practice. And the God of peace will be with you.” (Philippians 4:9)