To be productive is directly proportional to our ability to relax.
– David Allen
Posts Tagged ‘practice’
These are the moments when disconnection shows its glorious face, when life is in full force, when we are fully connected to the world immediately around us, while disconnected from the world at large.
– Leo Babauta in his book, Focus
I like my resistance because it tells me exactly what I should do. Anything that the resistance warns me against is what I do.
An interesting third approach is one developed by a man named Paul Pimsleur. Pimsleur dedicated his life to understanding and improving language learning process. He observed that the first time you learned a new word, you’d forget it almost immediately. But if you reviewed it again as you were about to forget it, each subsequent review would exponentially increase the staying power of the word.
Practice makes permanent.