1 year ago
Practice makes you perfect
Simply understanding the famous saying, ‘Practice makes a man perfect’ becomes helpful at a time when we long for successful results. Even if the skills are related to writing and speaking. Having said that, practically I want to speak English language with confidence, but I struggle with it while communicating with English speaking people.
When I am going through this problem, I remember that ‘practice makes a man perfect.’ And then, I realize that it’s an important lesson in my life in order to brush up my speaking English language skills. And surely, learning is a slow process. A person cannot learn anything in overnight. Indeed, it will take some time. So, in my case, I can work on it on a regular basis so that I can improve my speaking English language skills sooner than later. Believe it or not, but people often try to use shortcuts to learn languages. As a result, poor performance can be seen at the end.
However, to quote Napoleon Hill, “Strength and growth come only through continuous effort and struggle.” The world is now changing very fast in many ways.
From rocket science to artificial intelligence, it is needless to say that English is the most powerful, useful and beautiful language when it comes to speaking.
With the help it, people will be able to choose the right careers as per their nature and interests. Good at saying, my hats off to them who havealready mastered on it!
On top of that, in order to continue the practice, one needs to have courage, passion, patience, faith and confidence with positive mindset will make him or her successful at the end of the day. If we go through with our Hindu Mythology, we saw that there was (Eklavya) who was denied by the (Droncharya) to teach the art of archery. However, his solid determination helped him and he learned the art of archery very-welled after years of practice in front of his master’s idol. Therefore, first and foremost, we should faith in ourselves for any action rather living in restless mind.
For students who achieve good marks or rank in board examinations have studied throughout the year. They have revised and re-revised their syllabus and made themselves perfect in all subjects. There is no alternative to regular practice which can make one perfect. Without practice, you can only give average performances, but not a perfect performance in any field.
In a nutshell, practice is our best friend and it will lead us toward success.
Saroj is an MBA student at Charotar University of Science and Technology in Gujarat, India.