We often believe the more we practice a skill or technique - over and over again, many times - the better we’ll get. This is not necessarily true. In fact, every time you practice a technique incorrectly, you’re increasing your chanced of doing it wrong again. It’s easy to become very experienced at repeating the same mistakes. Practice doesn't make perfect; only perfect practice makes perfect.
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