Two kinds of practice

by Seth Godin
The first is quite common. Learn to play the notes as written. Move asymptotically toward perfection. Practice your technique and your process to get yourself ever more skilled at doing it (whatever 'it' is) to spec. This is the practice of grand slalom, of arithmetic, of learning your lines or c++. The other kind of practice is more valuable but far more rare. This is the practice of failure.Read the full article