We've all heard the expression, "Practice Makes Perfect", right? But what if the behavior or systems we are following are less than ideal? Will mastering something that is inadequate, antiquated, or inefficient produce the desired results if we keep "practicing" to make it "perfect"?
Of course not! The thought is simply ridiculous! 🙂
Here's a better expression that we should model: "Perfect Practice Makes Perfect"! As we find new, better, and more effective and efficient ways to accomplish our goals, we need to practice and perfect them. This gives us the freedom to make changes as we, and our businesses, grow and change.
The easiest way to model "perfect" behavior and practices is to find the person who has achieved what you want to achieve. Do your research. Ask questions. Take their courses. Learn from those who have similar values and are the best in their field. Apply what you learn and you'll find that "perfect" practice does more than make perfect - it's makes it easier to accomplish our goals and enjoy the results.