‘Practice Makes a Man Perfect’

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27th July, 2022

A pedestrian on 57th Street sees a musician getting out of a cab and asks, “How do

you get to Carnegie Hall?”

Without pause, the artist replies wearily,

“Practice, practice, practice.”

Life is all about that practice that will take you to the Carnegie Hall of success.

Just that it will take time.

As per the Oxford Dictionary , practise means, ‘action rather than ideas or thought’

‘Practice makes a man perfect’ is a common proverb that had appeared in the diary and autobiography of John Adams, an American Statesman, and writer.

It tells us the importance of continuous practice in any subject to learn anything.

There is no alternate to the hard work and success. We must have to practice in the particular field on regular basis in which we want to succeed.

Practise to succeed and stay blessed forever.