No one really believes me when I tell them that the way to really move your speeches to the next level is to practice every single day. They believe that daily homework is the best way to move along in math. They believe that daily music practice is the best way to master technique. They believe that daily meals together are the best way to keep the family on the same page. They believe in daily hygiene, daily Bible reading, and daily chores. But they only bring their speeches out when the pressure is on to polish them up for competition…. So, what is it that happens in the “daily” approach that is so wonderful? It comes down to ‘macro’ and ‘micro’ type distinctions.