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Practice Doesn't Make Perfect

Discussion in 'Off Topic & Everything Else' started by Brian Michael West, May 9, 2019.

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    Yes and No. "Perfect Practice..." is nothing new.

    But "opposites" are GREAT teachers too. If you're astute, you can learn an awful lot by watching others perform badly -- you learn what not to do. Opposites can be quite powerful... and probably more the norm in automotive.
     
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    Very true also. When I first got into this game a lot of what I learned was from watching others at the dealership doing it incorrectly. Solid point.
     
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    Thanks for the insight.
     

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