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You Become Better By ...

The Simple Formula To Becoming Better


You don’t become stronger or healthier by reading a book about exercise and nutrition…


You don’t become a better golfer by watching a video on “How to Become a Better Golfer”…


You don’t become a better artist by taking a course on creativity…


You don’t become a better writer by attending a writer’s support group…


You don’t execute a “Backside Pop Shove Body Varial” by searching social media on how to do one…


You don’t learn to be a better teacher by sitting in a classroom studying about how people learn…


You don’t become a better surgeon by watching better surgeons…


You don’t become a better parent by reading a blog on "How to Become a Better Parent"…


So how do you get better?


You become stronger and healthier by lifting that weight, running those miles and limiting your consumption of unhealthy foods…


You become a better golfer by beating hundreds of balls a day and playing every chance you get…


You become a better artist and writer by painting and writing and filling “bunches” of sketchpads and notebooks…


You become better at executing a “Backside Pop Shove Body Varial” after many attempts, falls, scrapes, and bruises… (Don't forget your pads and helmets)


You become a better teacher by teaching many, many students…


You become a better surgeon by performing many, many surgeries…


You become a better parent by spending LOTS of dedicated and meaningful time with your kids...


Anne Lamott, in her national bestselling book, Bird by Bird, recalls the time she went to see Natalie Goldberg, author of Writing Down the Bones, speak on writing.


“Someone asked her for the best possible writing advice she had to offer, and she held up a yellow legal pad, pretended her fingers held a pen, and scribbled away.” In other words, you become a better writer by writing. Lots.


So stop reading this and start becoming better at _________________________ (you fill in the blank).


Change Your ThinQing. Start Now. Be the Difference.


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