About a month ago, the guitar forum I visit the most had a discussion about books; one of those "what are the books everyone should have?" type threads that discussion groups dedicated to a single topic tend to have. Several people recommended this book, "First, Learn to Practice".
- If your practice isn't fun, change things until it is.
- Practice movement. Performance will follow.
- Practice and performance are two different things.
- You know it when your hands can do it on their own.
- You affect everything by concentrating on one thing.
- Don't worry about the hard parts.
- Get your hands used to the feel of perfect.
Now, granted, most people aren't going to think of practicing music directly carrying over to practicing for competitive shooting. But, hey, this is a full service blog!