The Golden Rule of Good Practice

March 10, 2008 on 10:02 pm by Michael Grey | In Technique, Tips | 6 Comments

“Practice what you can’t do”.

That’s it.



  1. Wise :D

    Comment by YoannLeGoff — March 11, 2008 #

  2. Yes, Yo! I am sure you are surprised I would offer advice like that! Mike

    Comment by mike — March 11, 2008 #

  3. But if you can do everything, does that mean you can’t practice? How do you practice that?

    Comment by jamsie an t-sealgair — March 13, 2008 #

  4. Jamsie – suggest if you can do everything no need to practice – just levitate. Really good question, though. M

    Comment by mike — March 13, 2008 #

  5. But that means I have to practice EVERYTHING!!!!

    Comment by iainmacd — March 14, 2008 #

  6. Surely not! I recall your G gracenote technique as superb, Iain! M.

    Comment by mike — March 15, 2008 #

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