It has been said that “practice makes perfect.” Unfortunately, that is not true. If a person practices the wrong thing repeatedly, then they will get very good at doing the wrong thing. That is why perfect practice makes perfect. To become proficient at a skill, one must dedicate time and energy to practicing the right thing and getting better at it.
One of my hobbies is playing the drums; so, when I found the below video, I was impressed! Consider the amount of time it must have taken him to learn to juggle, and practice juggling, drumsticks while playing the drums…
Now, why is this on a relationship blog? For one, just because the video is fun! But also because one of your goals in life should be to get as good at marriage with your future husband or wife as Chip Ritter is at drumming. Learn all you can about the right ways of being a good husband and wife – and start practicing now!
How do you practice when you’re not married? Consider how you are treating your opposite sex parent and opposite sex siblings. Do you love your mother/sisters? Do you respect your father/brothers? If not, now’s a good time to start practicing.