It proudly read, "The more you practice, the luckier you get."
(It was referencing golf. The sign winked at me as I drove by the driving range on my way home today.)
Maybe the point they are trying to make is that if you practice hard enough, life can look easy. And then maybe you will believe it IS easy, only to find that this new outlook makes it so.
Of course this philosophy of practice makes luck applies to a lot of things:
Cat grooming making out the perfect pancake recipe driving reading signs and who could forget golfing?
This goes without saying that sometimes your luck isn't found in getting better, but in realizing you truly ought to quit. I have been to the driving range, multiple times. I manage to cause damage to the property with my $6 bucket of balls. My luck is in not causing serious damage or getting thrown out of the facility. (Pretty luck if you ask me....wedged a ball in the rafters, awfully close to the lights....)
Sometimes you have to acknowledge that you just cannot manage certain tasks.
And probably for good reason.
Consider it luck, cut your losses, and go practice elsewhere.