Imitation plays a huge role in picking up certain skills and executing the same in terms of action. Now, that might not happen in just one go if you consider it to be a spell acting at the right time. To be frank, one needs to have an eye on their surrounding, as every moment counts to decide on the very next step. Simply being curious won’t fulfil the expectation. For that, you need to bear the tenacity to understand how things work and what relation does it draw between the instinct and ultimate deed. Therefore, having prior knowledge about the respective field holds the utmost priority. In the process of learning, we just keep on adding information to the existing scope of comprehension. Lastly, bearing the urge to achieve the goal in practical life serves the factual challenge. But if one is confident and eager enough to steer through the threatening risks, success lies inevitably on the way.
However, it takes a lot of courage to execute a learnt skill in reality. Sometimes, we get confused after a certain stage, wondering whether we are on the right track or not. Here, comes the play of structuring the whole in small, subsequent leaps rather than trying it in swift, bigger feats. There, one’s approach should be optimistic throughout.
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Let me give you an amazing instance in this context. Recently a video surfaced in twitter shared by a user named Samuel Begg which depicts two kids playing tennis just like Roger Federer & Novak Djokovic. Yes, although reads like a joke but it’s exigent enough to garner appreciations from thousands of respondents. Inspired by the Swiss tennis player and Serbian Tennis competitor, both of them have carried on a sincere game incredibly. You believe or not, the duo has been great observers in their pulse to turn out as bona fide contenders and that too by just watching the renowned contestants’ expertise! Hence, never underestimate your willpower when it demands bravery.
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— Samuel Begg – Tennis (@samuelbegg) May 2, 2020
That is an amazing one handed backhand for a kid so young. Team Thiem.
— Tom Lyden (@LydenFOX9) May 2, 2020