That is not completely true. The original phrase is actually “practice makes mastery,” which is far more accurate and less daunting. (I admit, it does lack the alliterative appeal of its heir.) The distinction between mastery and perfection is important, especially for those who see improvement as a lifelong process and the goal of perfection as a deterrence to trying.
The phrase has a cautionary twin: “practice makes permanent.” The takeaway is implicit; practice can make perfect but only if you know the right things to practice, “the right stuff.” The right stuff is exactly what you will find at ClickerExpo 2019.
Here are 3 of the 15 courses on competition and canine sports at this season's ClickerExpo. I chose these three because their insights, programs, and practices apply to dog/handler teams no matter the sport—agility, obedience, rally, freestyle, and more. And these courses are all brand-new for ClickerExpo 2019.
Check out all of the ClickerExpo courses about canine competition and sport here.
Make every practice really count. Join us at ClickerExpo Washington DC. There are less than 30 Preferred spots left in DC, so don’t wait! ClickerExpo Portland, OR is officially sold out! If you missed out on registering, join the waitlist in case a spot opens up.