"Practice isn't the thing you do once you're good. It is the thing you do that makes you good."-----Malcolm Gladwell
Contemplate the quote above and what you understand it to mean. THen think of some events from your life in which "practice" figured prominently. To what extent do you think you achieved mastery of excellence? To what extent do you fell that you were "successful"?
First, based on your interpretation of the quote, think of something you have practiced and reflect on ways in which the saying above might be true, using your specific example as proof. Second, using a specific example from your experience, describe the ways in which the quote might be wrong.