Function of time spent

Succinctly written, practice.

But, I often use the phrase “it’s a function of time spent”. Especially if I’m feeling a little inadequate compared to another.

When I think it’s just about practice, I can feel I’m falling a little short for not having got enough practice in. When I recognise it’s about time spent (the same thing perhaps, in different words) then it’s easier for me to acknowledge why I haven’t gotten all that practice in. Life’s circumstances and one’s priorities might not lend themselves easily to appropriate practice.

Perhaps the available time was spent elsewhere – quite rightly.

“It’s a function of time spent” both challenges you to make choices and recognises where choices weren’t easy.

Recognise how much choice you have.

Choose wisely.

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