Fresh off the bat of our daughter’s latest karate class and before school, she spent 10 minutes rehearsing what she had learnt.
Deliberate practice and repeated movements to start to cement the new move.
There’ll be a lot more to come in many learning domains for all of us.
One thing that we just won’t be able to get around…
“Repetition, repetition, repetition, repetition. . . . Mastery only comes from effort and repetition. You wouldn’t expect your five-year-old to be able to tie her shoes the first time. In the words of the Zen master Suzuki, if you lose the spirit of repetition, your practice will become difficult. This was one of the absolute cornerstones of Coach Wooden’s teaching.” Selk and Bartow
What’s a cornerstone for you?
What needs repeated action?
P.s Repitition x potential – what does that look like today?