We’ve all heard the saying before, practice makes (*insert drum roll) . . . perfect, or so we thought.
Practice doesn’t make perfect, it makes better! I know what you maybe thinking, better is average, everyone can be better. Really better is something good, it’s unlike the traditional pressure of never making a mistake, the idea of better humanizes our natural ability to try things for the first time and focus more on the experience and less on the outcome.
Better makes your work process focused, it’s in the process that you create yourself, it’s in the journey you find your voice. It starts by making your practice well, better.