May 4, 2016
Sometimes it’s the easy stuff that is so hard to do. For instance, we know that we need to practice, but we struggle to make it onto the bench regularly.
We know that we will have a better feel for our progress if we capture the interim steps and yet, we don’t write down the details that would help us remember what was going on or understanding what has happened while we were working.
We have a lot of reasons that we don’t mark our progress. Many of us just don’t have a good way to capture those thoughts and notes. So I developed a free printable log that you can use to track your progress. There are places to note what you’ve done. There is also room to write down your impressions of what is going well and what you need to continue to work on.
There is no “right” way to use this log – the point is to use it for your own growth. You can also use it during your lesson to assure you remember what you wanted to work on while you meet with your teacher or coach. It includes those things that I have found are good prompts for staying focused.
Click on the link to download your free copy of the Practice Log printable. Give it a try and let me know if printing this brings you clarity – if it works for you!