How Do You Practice? 1
How Do You Practice?
The other day my friend asked me how I practice.
I didn’t give a simple answer at the time.
Partly because I’ve been realizing that what now seems simple to me is actually a bit more complex.
It’s sort of like asking “How does a car work?”
It looks simple, or like magic.
But when you open the hood and start digging, you learn there’s a lot more to it.
I see practicing as the process of breaking things down, putting them back together, and then playing with them.
And you can break down the practice process itself, analyze it, and then put it back together.
By doing so, we will be able to appreciate practicing more.
We will start refining it.
Our practice time will become much more effective and efficient.
It’s reverse engineering!
So, in future posts I’ll give my process.
Joseph E. Reed