Treat your wing chun like a flower
Too many people rush their training in Wing Chun and only cheat themselves out of time and experience.
Think of this as growing a beautiful flower, you plant the seed give the soil food, sunshine and water, but you are still just looking at soil.
The next day again, you give the seed food, sunshine and water, but still you are just looking at soil. It is at this point that many students leave Wing Chun because they do not see immediate benefits, only soil.
After a while you begin to see a shoot growing out of the ground, this is exciting, but it is also slow, and you are eager. Each day you give the young flower food, sunshine and water, but in order to make it grow faster you give it a pull. Again, every day you give food, sunshine and water, but again in order to make it grow faster you give the shoot a little pull. The outcome of this will only serve to see the flower die.
So give the young flower food, sunshine and water, but also time, and eventually you will enjoy all the beauty it has to offer.