Life & Philosophy

Ten Days of Dishes

Cleaning up one dish a day isn’t the answer. Cleaning them all up in one batch is simply more pragmatic.

Dribbling once a day on your weak hand won’t improve your basketball game. However, dribbling within each finger 10x times will improve your skills.

Memorizing one word a day isn’t the way to learn a foreign language. Using the word in a proper sentence gives it more meaning and makes it more memorable.

Writing a few words a day isn’t the answer to becoming writer. But writing 500 words a day strengthens the writer’s muscle.

The more you make the more you have to play with. The same method can be applied to painters, musicians, and photographers.

Sure, something is better than nothing. But the quality of practice matters too.

If you just do a little more, it’ll all add up.

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By Wells Baum

Wells Baum is a daily blogger who writes about Life & Arts. He's also the author of and four books.