Promoting Vs. Practicing…

The internet has made it ridiculously easy to promote your dream, your craft, your passion, your whatever. But that ease comes with a consequence. The temptation is to spend more time on promoting what you’re doing instead of practicing what you’re doing. Mastering your skills, putting in the hours to become great, working hard while […]

The internet has made it ridiculously easy to promote your dream, your craft, your passion, your whatever. But that ease comes with a consequence.

The temptation is to spend more time on promoting what you’re doing instead of practicing what you’re doing. Mastering your skills, putting in the hours to become great, working hard while no one is watching. Promoting makes people think you’re already a master. Practicing is what actually makes you a master. There’s a huge difference between the two.