Aim for the high mark and you will hit it. No, not the first time, not the second time and maybe not the third. But keep on aiming and keep on shooting for only practice will make you perfect. Finally you'll hit the bull's-eye of success.— Annie Oakley
Mind-blowing Practice Makes Perfect quotations
We could fight the fuss till we get like friends, Or somebody bite the dust and we split like ends. Even in our wildest moments, girl, I'm on it cause you're worth it. Practice makes perfect, so we fightin' for a purpose.
Practice makes permanent, not perfect.
If you practice the wrong thing, you make the wrong act permanent.
I practice more than ever ... mostly scales and arpeggios ... and anything I can't do.
When I was in school the teachers told me practice makes perfect;
then they told me nobody’s perfect so I stopped practicing.
Practice the philosophy of continuous improvement. Get a little bit better every single day.
Success isn't something that just happens - success is learned, success is practiced and then it is shared.
As practice makes perfect, I cannot but make progress;
each drawing one makes, each study one paints, is a step forward.
When you're not practicing, someone somewhere is.
And when the two of you meet, assuming roughly equal ability, the other person will win.
I practice my saxophone three hours a day.
I'm not saying I'm particularly special, but if you do something three hours a day for forty years, you get pretty good at it.
If practice makes perfect, and no one's perfect, then why practice?
Practice makes perfect. After a long time of practicing, our work will become natural, skillfull, swift, and steady.
There are two activities in life in which we can lovingly and carefully put something inside of someone we love. Cooking is the one we can do three times a day for the rest of our lives, without pills. In both activities, practice makes perfect.
The most important advice I can offer is that writing is a craft that you can learn by practicing. If you keep writing, you will improve.
Super-successf ul people aren’t the most gifted people in their fields.
They just work, study and practice more than the competition.
They say that nobody is perfect. Then they tell you practice makes perfect. I wish they'd make up their minds.
No one can teach riding so well as a horse.
For some reason, talking is easy for me.
Practice does make perfect; I've been doing it for a while. Being out there in a high-pressure situation with a live audience and a live TV camera on you, it brings something out. It's very organic.
Do more than believe: practice.
Practice makes perfect, but nobody's perfect, so why practice?
Practice does not make perfect, perfect practice makes perfect.
Practice is everythingThis is often misquoted as Practice makes perfect.
Practice doesn't make perfect. Perfect practice makes perfect.
Practice is everything. This is often misquoted as Practice makes perfect.
Perfect practice makes perfect.
Practice makes perfect - the sooner you start, the sooner you will be a happy nonsmoker
And watch two men washing clothes, one makes dry clothes wet.
The other makes wet clothes dry. they seem to be thwarting each other, but their work is a perfect harmony. Every holy person seems to have a different doctrine and practice, but there's really only one work.
In studying ourselves, we find the harmony that is our total existence.
We do not make harmony. We do not achieve it or gain it. It is there all the time. Here we are, in the midst of this perfect way, and our practice is simply to realize it and then to actualize it in our everyday life.
Thinking is a bit uncomfortable, but you'll get used to it. A matter of time and practice.
To sum up: it's time to rewrite the maxim that practice makes perfect.
The truth is, practice makes myelin, and myelin makes perfect.
It is not that practice makes perfect but that practice is perfect, combining effort with an openness to grace.
My advice to an aspiring actor would be to never stop learning or working for what you want. Nothing comes easy, ever, if you want something, you have to work for it. By working for it I mean work on your craft, learn from people who have something to teach. It's just like anything else, practice makes perfect.
Some people say that practice makes perfect but I just feel that the repetition works against me and I start thinking too far ahead during a show.
Practice makes myelin, and myelin makes perfect.
Learning the art of painting is not an easy task.
It takes a great deal of intelligence, keen analysis, study and practice.