One more time.
En gang mere.
Giv ikke op.
Gør det igen.
En gang mere
Gør det bare en gang til.
Det er vejen til succes.
Også med vaneændring.
The most certain way to succeed
is always tro try just
one more time.
Thomas Alva Edison (1847-1931)
Amerikansk opfinder og forretningsmand
Prøv den nye vane af.
Ingen vane uden gentagelse.
Måske lykkes det denne gang.
Rigtig god dag, uge, måned, år
Repetition is the mother of skill
Et citat, der ofte tilskrives Tony Robbins, coach, men som nok er blevet brugt af andre før ham.
Zig Ziglar, iværksætter
Repetition is the mother of learning, the father of action, which makes it the architect of accomplishment.
(Repetition helps to improve speed, increases confidence, and strengthens the connections in the brain that help children learn.)
Greg Ramsey, former Bike Messenger, OTR Truck Driver, Musician
If “repetition” is the mother of skill, then I suspect “method” is the father. It's been called form, technique, or approach, just to name a few. But we have to have something to practice in the first place.
When developing a new skill I must first learn the basics of a particular technique. Then I can develop that basic technique by repetition. I like the sound of method versus technique because it has that authoritarian father figure feel to me.
At first I was thinking that inspiration is the father of skill. But that seems more like fertility because it provides the motivation to do the repetitions.
Vinar Parmar, coach
To achieve anything in life you have to hone your mentality to create a superhero level of persistence.
Yes, habits are very important but in my opinion persistency is the mother of all skill.