This I Believe
I believe practice makes perfect, everybody should know that. Do you get better at what you do, like running, playing sports, or working at your job? I do. For what I get better with, I get better with my drawings.
I started drawing at the age of 3; I drew stick figures at that time. And as I went up a age, I got better. Right now, I am getting better than ever. Now, for me Its like every picture I draw, my skills go up. I believe doing what you do a lot makes you a better person. And if it gets there enough, you just might make it to the top of being the best around, meaning nobody is better than you at what you do. Keep doing what you do can also make you be somebody, even in the future. You can be famous from where you can make it on TV, be heard on radio, be seen on the News, be talked about from other people around the world, be able to get more money every time, things like that. You just might be able to be the best at what you do in the world.
Doing what you do a lot makes you feel good and proud of yourself, you’ll also learn new things as you get better, that’s what happened to me, and it still does. It will be best for you to put your best talent into a job like instance, if your very good at playing basket ball, you should go for a team, from there you can be a millionaire. And to prove that you are the best at playing basketball, you will be considered from being a rookie to an all-star.
People who don’t believe that practice makes perfect are wrong, it does. It takes time to be perfect at what you do. It can take up to a week, a month, a year, maybe even more than a year. Your best talent can most definitely be your plan for your future; it can really be a big help if you want to make money. If there’s something out there that you been waiting to do for a long time, your chance can be right now.
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