Practicing is a lost art.
In a world of instant gratification, many have forgotten the value of practicing.
Being a beginner, feeling frustration with what seems like a vast divide between where you are and where you want to be.
The benefit of doing the work without immediate gratification, trusting the process, and believing in the void of evidence that it will work out and you will in fact become more effective, enjoying the process AND the results.
In the absence of immediate results, will you stay the course and trust the process?
Will you let yourself succumb to humility, challenge, even failure along the way?
And will you begin again, knowing it’s a matter of time and repetition between you and mastery?