Good work depends on practice patterns?
What elements make up your practice patterns?
When you audit your practice patterns, what elements hold little value and what elements lead to really good work and contribution?
As I think of my own practice patterns today, I recognize some need for change with regard to the work I want to do now. My goals and mission have shifted a bit with regard to teaching children well with depth. I want to reflect that change in my practice patterns.
There's work to do to make this change.
How about you? Are your practice patterns leading your good work in ways that matter or is it time to audit your efforts and make some change.