K. Anders Ericsson, the specialist whom revealed the 10,000-hour guideline at it. that you know from Malcolm Gladwell’s work once said, “I’ve been walking for 48 years, but I don’t believe I’m getting any better” I saw that quote in Fast Company magazine many years ago if i’m not mistaken. We spared the estimate it’s funny.
Certainly because it’s so powerful–and, There is something to the basic indisputable fact that the longer you are doing anything the higher the chances you will develop an increased standard of competency. But Ericsson’s great understanding is you spend in a human endeavor that makes one an expert that it’s not the time. Instead, it’s something he calls practice that is“deliberate**)