Learn by doing

There was once a pottery teacher called Brian. One month, he decided to split his class into two groups. Group A had to make a pot every day for 30 days (so 30 pots in total). Group B had to work on a single pot for the whole 30 days.

At the end of the month, Brian judged the quality of the pots. Without exception, every one of the top 10 pots came from Group A, the guys that made one pot per day. None came from the group that focused on perfecting their single pot.

If there is one theme over the last 90 days of these posts it is the value of learning by doing. This Blog is an example of that, I spent so many years wanting to write more often and delayed things til it might be perfect. Stop delaying your passion waiting for perfection, the work gets better by doing it every day and so do you.

Published by NCS

reader of great literature, teller of tales, photographer of mostly awful snaps but on occasion I am half decent.

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