One thing we can’t argue about is this; trying your best always works.

If you put in full effort you will learn something, no matter what the practice. It’s all about your attitude. Go into practice with a focus on something you want to develop then try to develop it. Your efforts might fail, but as we know, failure is an essential part of the learning process. You can’t progress unless you have learned through failure. So get learning and get stuck in.

Ask yourself what the alternative is: To complain will get no nowhere. To put in low effort or leave the session is no help to you. Even your favourite pet practice needs a rest now and again.So, why not get stuck into the practice that is on instead? At least you give yourself a chance for success.
AuthorDavid Hinchliffe