Here are 7 lessons from the book The Practicing Mind by Thomas Sterner:

1. Focus on the process, not the outcome. When we focus on the outcome, we are more likely to become discouraged or anxious if we don't see immediate results. Instead, focus on the process of practicing and enjoying the journey.

2. Be present in the moment. When we are practicing, it is important to be fully present in the moment. This means paying attention to our bodies, our thoughts, and our feelings. If we are distracted by the past or the future, we will not be able to fully engage in the practice.

3. Accept imperfection. Everyone makes mistakes. When we are practicing, it is important to accept that we will not be perfect. Instead of focusing on our mistakes, focus on learning from them and improving.

4. Be patient. Learning and growth take time. Don't expect to see results overnight. Be patient with yourself and enjoy the process of learning and growing.

5. Find a teacher or mentor. A good teacher or mentor can provide guidance and support as you are learning and growing. They can help you to identify areas where you need to improve and can offer encouragement along the way.

6. Create a community of practice. Practicing with others can be a powerful way to stay motivated and on track. Find a group of people who are also interested in learning and growing, and support each other on your journey.

7. Make practice a part of your life. The best way to improve at anything is to practice regularly. Make time for practice in your daily schedule, and make it a non-negotiable part of our life.


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