There is only two ways to get better at something:
By learning and by practicing.
Learning implies we’ll do new things, that we will challenge the way we see things and go against our own grain. When we learn, things may seem wrong, and we should be willing to change our minds.
Practicing, on the other side, implies that we’ll start doing things that we believe are right, but that we do all wrong. And we must do them all wrong, over and over again, until we do them right.
Both require us to be willing to look like a fool.