Know what you want to gain, give it your all and then don't stop there- keep at it.
For the longest time people have gone for the cliche that practice makes perfect. It might hold true for a second, but every time you practice there is a target you have to set and you have to achieve it at the end of your practice, that's why "deliberate practice" is important.
But, then it hit me that I was stuck at 300, just making it seem easy to churn thirty ten word sentences and as such I was not really building on my writing. So, I took the workout approach. This is where you start with a few moves then increase them so your muscles can adjust to the changes and the strain. I started writing 300 in the morning, five hundred words in the afternoon and before I sleep it has to be 1000. So, by the end of any day I need to have written at least two thousand words. This does change depending on what happens-and I can write even a thousand in the morning or so.
I will have to jog your brains a little bit this Saturday, and my hope is that at the end of this post, you will have to look into what you do and how you do it-and why you do not achieve results. I have often been told that when it comes to writing, I need to practice daily. I did that. I would write three hundred words daily- or more when journaling.
Practice makes perfect!No, Deliberate practice makes perfect!