One Bad Day is Nothing

Published: 25/03/21

Our work is a practice. One bad day is nothing to us. Ten bad days are nothing.

In the scheme of our lifelong practice, twenty-four hours when we can’t gain yardage is only a speed bump. We’ll forget it by breakfast tomorrow and be back again, ready to hurl our bodies into the fray.

Steven Pressfield

One benefit of regular practice in a creative pursuit is that a bad day becomes quickly irrelevant, because there will soon have been another 100 days passed.

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