Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Dude's Law: Meaningful Thinking

I had never really thought much about how coaches get to be really good at what they do. I (like many, I assume) think that being a really good player makes someone a good coach of players. Then I thought about the adage - "Practice doesn't make perfect, practice makes permanent. Right practice makes perfect." The problem is - without the right feedback, there is little chance of knowing that practice is right.

The article I'm pointing to here inspired me to think more about "why" I do things. Why do I go to work each day besides earning a paycheck? Why do I blog? Why do I play disc golf? Why did I get married? Why do I stay married? Why did I make so many of the decisions I've made in my life?

The more I ask why, the more I have to answer "so that." By being conscious of the "so that's," I think living life can become much easier.

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