We all ought to perform more rather than just practice.
We practice when we do an action when no one is looking. So we do everything multiple times “until its perfect”.
We perform when we do an action and others are watching us do it. Because people are watching, in real time, we know that we have to get it as best as possible in the moment.
We would like to think that there is a real distinction between practice and performance, but unfortunately that’s not true. The truth is, our entire life is performance.
Those who practice are perfectionists that don’t deliver.
Those who perform do what they say that they do.